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U IM ITE D 




The 

Louisiana 
Annual 
Conference 



1982 Journal 



INDEX 

Appointments 87 

Conference Calendar 98 

Conference Rules 168 

Daily Proceedings 65 

Delegates To General And Jurisdictional Conferences 5 

Disciplinary Questions 76 

District Superintendents 4 

Members Of Boards, Commissions, Committees, Etc 7 

Memoirs 156 

Officers Of The Annual Conference 4 

Pastoral Records 186 

Reports Of Councils : 

Finance And Administration 99 

Ministries 103 

Reports Of Boards : 

Church And Society 104 

Diaconal Ministry 107 

Discipleship 108 

Global Ministries Ill 

Health and Welfare Institutions 113 

Higher Education and Campus Ministries ; 123 

Ordained Ministry 127 

Pensions 128 

Trustees 138 

Reports Of Commissions : 

Archives And History 141 

Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns 142 

Equitable Salaries 142 

Religion And Race 143 

Status And Role Of Women 144 

Reports Of Committees : 

Courtesy 148 

Episcopacy 149 

Ethnic Minority Local Church 146 

Resolutions 147 

Other Reports: 

Louisiana Interchurch Conference 150 

Minister's Emergency Aid Fund 151 

Statistician's Condensed Report * 201 

Treasurer 196 

United Methodist Men 152 

United Methodist Women 153 

Roll Of Ministerial Members 37 



JOURNAL OF THE 

Twelfth Session 

of the 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

of the 

UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

South Central Jurisdiction 

held at 

CENTENARY COLLEGE 

and 

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 

June 7-10, 1982 



BYRL MORELAND, Editor 

P.O. Drawer 3057 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70821 

Printed by TM/UMR Productions 
Dallas, Texas 




BISHOP & MRS. J. KENNETH SHAMBLIN 



Table Of Contents 

Page 

I. Officers of the Annual Conference 4 

II. Councils, Boards, Commissions, 

Committees, Trustees, Representatives 7 

Roll of Conference Members 37 

III. Daily Proceedings 65 

IV. Disciplinary Questions 76 

V. Appointments 87 

VI. Reports 98 

VII. Memoirs 156 

VIII. Miscellaneous 168 

IX. Pastoral Records 186 

X. Statistics 196 



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I. Officers Of The Annual Conference 

* 

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT — Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin, P.O. Drawer 3057, Baton Rouge, 70821. 

SECRETARY — Byrl Moreland, P.O. Drawer 3057, Baton Rouge, 70821. 

ASSISTANT SECRETARIES — Freddie C. Henderson, Jack S. Winegeart, Lael S. Jones, 
William I. Eubanks, Eddie E. Morgan. 

SECRETARY, CONFERENCE ROLL — Donald J. Hall, 1901 Lexington, Monroe 71201. 

STATISTICIAN AND TREASURER — Dr. J. J. Caraway, P.O. Drawer 3057, Baton Rouge, 
70821. 

CHANCELLOR — W. Davis Cotton, P.O. Box 857, Rayville, 71269. 

ASSOCIATE CHANCELLORS — D. Ryan Sartor, Jr. , John Coleman 

DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS 

ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT — William F. Mayo, 1818 Texas Avenue, Alexandria, 71301. 

BATON ROUGE-HAMMOND DISTRICT — Kenneth R. Reed, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, 
70821 

BATON ROUGE-LAFAYETTE DISTRICT — Moses T. Jackson, Sr., P.O. Box 3057, Baton 
Rouge 70821 

LAKE CHARLES DISTRICT — Jack Cooke, 2119 22nd St., Lake Charles, 70601. 

MONROE DISTRICT — Douglas L. McGuire, Box 6018, Monroe, 71203 

NEW ORLEANS-HOUMA DISTRICT - William C. Blakely, 3401 Canal St., New Orleans, 
70119 

NEW ORLEANS-SLIDELL DISTRICT — W. D. Boddie, 3401 Canal St., New Orleans, 70119. 

RUSTON DISTRICT — Robert L. Peyton, 803 Glendale Drive, Ruston, 71270. 

SHREVEPORT DISTRICT — W. Odell Simmons, Box 4188, Shreveport, 71104. 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL AND 
THE JURISDICTIONAL CONFERENCES, 1981 

Ministerial Delegates to the General Conference 

J. Woodrow Hearn, P.O. Box 1349, Baton Rouge, LA, 70821 
J. Phillip Woodland, 3350 Dalrymple, Baton Rouge, 70802 
L. Ray Branton, 101 Live Oak, Lafayette, LA 70503 
Douglas L. McGuire, P.O. Box 6018, Monroe, LA 71203 
Carole Cotton-Winn, Box 887, Houma, LA 70360 
Donald A. Webb, Box 4188, Shreveport, LA, 71104 

Lay Delegates to the General Conference 

Mrs. Amy Ward, 500 Walker St., New Orleans, LA, 70124 

W. D. Cotton, P.O. Box 857, Rayville, LA, 71269 

Mrs. Inez W. Chrisentery, 1940 Tennessee St., Baton Rouge, LA, 70802 

John B. Tubb, 5909 Tall Pine Dr., Pineville, LA, 71360 

Jack Dew, 1609 McMillan, West Monroe, LA, 71291 

Hubert M. Blanchard, P.O. Box 462, Sulphur, LA, 70663 

Ministerial Delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference 

Alfred L. Norris, 2722 Louisiana, New Orleans, 70115 

Merlin W. Merrill, Box 1383, Ruston, LA, 71270 

Kirby A. Vining, P.O. Box 4782, Monroe, 71203 

Tracy R. Arnold, 2727 Jackson, Alexandria, 71301 

Jack Cooke, 1611 Hwy. 14, Lake Charles, LA, 70601 

John M. Winn, Box 887, Houma, LA, 70360 

James J. Caraway, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, LA 70821 

Lay Delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference 
Dr. Nancy M. Carruth, Box 267, Bunkie, LA, 71322 
Mrs. Kathi B. Finnell, 334 Hwy. 190, Mandeville, 70448 
Truman L. Ward, 500 Walker St., New Orleans, LA, 70124 
Ernest Arnold, 4320 Gen. Pershing, New Orleans, LA, 70125 
Mrs. Elizabeth McGowan, 9294 Windrift St., Baton Rouge, LA, 70809 
John N. Warren, Jr., 2023 Gemini Dr., Bastrop, LA, 71220 
Welton Brumfield, 122 S.W. Central Ave., Amite, LA, 70422 

Reserve Ministerial Delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference 

Christopher H. Andrews, 360 Robert Road, Slidell, LA, 70458 
Donald R. Avery, 2038 Plank Rd., Baton Rouge, LA, 70802 
Robert L. Peyton, 803 Glendale Dr., Ruston, LA, 71270 

Reserve Lay Delegates to the Jurisdictional Conference 

Randy Woodland, 433 Erlanger, Slidell, LA, 70458 
Mrs. Estelle Dameron, 112 Redd Dr., Pineville, LA, 71360 
J. Robert Kemmerly, 425 Homer Road, Minden, LA, 71055 
Mrs. W. M. Nolan, Box 215, Oak Ridge, LA, 71264 



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JURISDICTIONAL AND GENERAL AGENCIES 

South Central Jurisdiction Office — 8035 E.R.L. Thornton Freeway, Dallas, TX 75228 

Cokesbury Regional Service Center — 1910 Main St., P.O. Box 298, Dallas, TX 75221 214-748- 
8711 

Mt. Sequoyah United Methodist Assembly — Fayetteville, AR 72701 501-443-4531 

Curricuphone — 1-800-251-8591 

Infoserve — 1-800-251-8140 



General Agencies 

Archives & History, Commission on, P. O. Box 127, Madison, N.J. 07940 

Church & Society, Board of, 100 Maryland Ave., N.E., Washington, D.C. 20002 202-488-5600 

Communications, United Methodist, 601 W. Riverview Ave. , Dayton, OH, 45406 513-222-2531 

Discipleship, Board of, 1908 Grand Ave. , Box 840, Nashville, TN 37202 615-327-2700 

Finance & Administration, General Council on, 1200 Davis St., Evanston, IL 60201 312-869- 
3345 

Global Ministries, Board of, 475 Riverside Dr. , New York, NY 10027 212-678-6161 

Higher Education & Ministry, Board of, 1001 19th Ave. S., Box 871, Nashville, TN 37202 615- 
327-2700 

Ministries, General Council on, 601 W. Riverview Ave., Dayton, OH 45406 513-222-6761 

Pensions, Board of, 1200 Davis St., Evanston, IL 60201 312-869-4550 

Publication, Board of, (The United Methodist Publishing House), 201 Eighth Ave., S., 
Nashville, TN 37202 615-749-6000 

Religion & Race, Commission on, P.O. Box 48-49, 110 Maryland Ave., N.E., Washington, 
D.C. 20002 202-547-4270 

Status & Role of Women, Commission on the, 1200 Davis St., Evanston, IL 60201 312-869-7330 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 7 

II. Councils, Boards, Commissions, 
Committees, Trustees, Representatives 

A. COUNCILS 

CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION: 

President: J. Woodrow Hearn 

Vice President: W. H. Brumfield, Jr. 

Secretary: Dr. Nancy Carruth 

Clerical: J. Woodrow Hearn, Roger D. La than, C. Richard Hoffpauir, Charles B. 
Humphreys, Kirby A. Vining 

Lay: 

W. H. Brumfield, Jr. — 206 La Sare Dr., Amite, 70422 

Dr. Nancy Carruth — P.O. Box 267, Bunkie, 71322 

W. A. Ford — 3707 Brentwood, Lake Charles, 70605 

Mrs. Glen Laskey, 710 N. Vienna Street, Ruston, 71270 

Charles C. Teamer, Dillard University, 2601 Gentilly Blvd., New Orleans, 70122 

John Porter — 6214 River Rd., Shreveport, 71105 

Ex Officio: 

Ex Officio: J. J. Caraway — Jurisdictional CFA, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, 70821 

Douglas L. McGuire — Member of General Council on Finance and Administration. 

Cabinet Liaison: Jack Cooke 

CONFERENCE COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES 

Executive Committee 

Mrs. Amy Ward, President; Wadsworth Davis, Vice President; Robert L. Peyton; William 

C. Blakely; Kenneth R. Reed; Richard H. Baker; Mrs. Nell Read; J. Woodrow Hearn; 

and Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin. 
Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, 70821 
The District Superintendents 
Alfred L. Norris, Chairperson, Conference Board of the Ordained Ministry, 7424 Scottsdale 

Drive, New Orleans, 70127 
O. W. Marrs, Representative, Conference Board of the Laity, 2242 Monaco Drive, Baton 

Rouge, 70815 
Tracy R. Arnold — Chairperson, Conference Board of Pensions, 2727 Jackson, Alexandria, 

71301. 
Byrl J. Moreland, Chairperson, Conference Board of Discipleship, 3300 Eton St., New 

Orleans 70114. 
Sale T. Lilly — Representative of Conference Board of Discipleship, 433 Erlanger, Slidell, 

70458. 
L. Ray Branton, Chairperson Conference Board of Global Ministries, 101 Live Oak Blvd., 

Lafayette, 70503 
Mrs. Inez Chrisentery — Representative of Conference Board of Global Ministries, 1940 

Tennessee, Baton Rouge, 70802. 
James O. Evans, Chairperson Conference Board of Church and Society, 5875 Canal Blvd., 

New Orleans 70124. 
George Alfred — Representative of Conference Board of Church and Society, 4000 

Buchanan, New Orleans, 70122. 
Donald G. Emler, Chairperson, Conference Board of Diaconal Ministry, P.O. Box 4188, 

Shreveport, 71104 
Rogers J. Newman, Chairperson, Conference Commission on Religion and Race, 7860 Emile 

St., Baton Rouge, 70807 



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Wadsworth Davis, Chairperson, Conference Commission on Archives and History, 4433 

Annette, New Orleans 70122 
Brady B. Forman, Chairperson, Board of Higher Education & Campus Ministry, P.O. Box 

148, Lake Providence, 71254 
Benedict A. Galloway, President, Conference Board of Trustees, 812 Kirkman, Lake 

Charles, 70601 
Ira M. Robinson, Chairperson, Conference Commission on Equitable Salaries, 922 Main, 

Franklin, 70538 
Lonnie M. Sibley, Chairperson, Conference Commission on Christian Unity and 

Interreligious Affairs, 202 Cedar St., Bogalusa, 70427 
Harvey O. Williamson, Conference Secretary, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, 70821 
Mrs. Nell Read, Conference President, United Methodist Women, P.O. Box 71, Farmerville, 

71241 
Mrs. Fran Hall, Representative of United Methodist Women, 1641 Avondale, Baton Rouge, 

70808. 
Betsy Boswell, Conference Youth Team, 716 Brentwood Blvd., Lafayette, 70503 
Laura Echols, Conference Youth Team, 9365 Delores, Shreveport, 71118 
Two Young Adults (To be named) 

Richard H. Baker, Conference Lay Leader, P. O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge 70821 
One Lay Person from Each District, Elected by the District Council on Ministries : 
Alexandria District: Paul White, 700 Windemere, Alexandria, 71301 
Baton Rouge-Hammond District: O. W. Marrs, 2242 Monaco Dr., Baton Rouge, 70815 
Baton Rouge-Lafayette District: Mrs. Chris Hall, 1641 Avondale Dr., Baton Rouge, 70808 
Lake Charles District: Mrs. Geneva Bell, 122 N. Bank St., Lake Charles, 70601 
Monroe District: Jack Warren, 2323 Gemini Dr., Bastrop, 71220 
New Orleans-Houma District: Wadsworth Davis, 4433 Ajinette, New Orleans, 70122. 
New Orleans-Slidell District: Mrs. Grace Johnson, 5662 Press Dr., New Orleans 70126 
Ruston District: William J. Humble, Calhoun, 71225 
Shreveport District: Mrs. Wiley B. Gardner, Box 445, Mooringsport, 71060 
Jack Paris, Member JCOM, 107 Canterbury Rd., Lafayette, 70503 
Harvey G. Williamson, Director Conference Program (Ex-Officio without vote) 
J. J. Caraway, Director of Financial Affairs (Ex-Officio without vote) 
Samuel W. Walker, Director of Special Ministries (Ex-Officio without vote) 
L. Patterson Culligan, Conference Coordinator of Youth Ministries 
J. Woodrow Hearn, President, Conference Council on Finance and Administration, P.O. 

Box 1349, Baton Rouge, 70821 (Ex-Officio without vote) 
Representative, Conference Council on Finance & Administration (To be named) 
Chairperson, Commission on Status & Role of Women: One of the Co-Chairpersons to be 

indicated 
Jack Dew, Conference President United Methodist Men, 1609 McMillan, West Monroe, La. 

71291 
Representative, United Methodist Men (To be named) 
Persons elected to General Board & Agencies of the Church 
J. Woodrow Hearn, General Council on Ministries 

Jack Dew, General Board of Church and Society, 1609 McMillan, W. Monroe, 71291 
Carole Cotton-Winn, General Board of Discipleship, Box 887, Houma, 70360 
Amy Ward, General Board of Global Ministries, 500 Walker, New Orleans, 70124 
Nancy Carruth, General Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry, Box 267, Bunkie, 

71322 
Alfred L. Norris, General Board of Publications, 2722 Louisiana Ave., New Orleans, 70115 

DISTRICT COUNCILS ON MINISTRIES 
Alexandria District Council on Ministries 

Name Mailing Address 

Chairperson Hugh L. Baker 101 College, Pineville 71360 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



Vice-Chairperson 
Secretary 

COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Youth Ministries 
Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 

CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity and 

Interreligious Concerns 
Education 
Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 
Stewardship 
Worship 
Higher Education and 

Campus Ministry 

OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 
Rep., Youth Team 

(2) 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
(Without vote) 



Tracy R. Arnold 
John Downs 



Mrs. Pat Hogan 
Randall K. Nichols 
Larry O'Dell 
Paul Carroll 
James Spitzkeit 
Fred S. Flurry 



Edward Boyd 
Daisy Larry 
Larry Miller 

Grayson Watson 
LyllanGuth 
John Lee 
Alonzo Campbell 
Katie P. Williams 
Tracy Arnold 
Mrs. Paul White 

Richard Hoffpauir 



David Dietzel 

Mrs. Georgia Dunbar 

Skyler Zochert 
John Tubb 

Charles Goodgame 



2727 Jackson, Alexandria 71301 
P. 0. Box 99, Lecompte 71346 



Box 5512, Alexandria, 71301 

204 Chester, Alexandria, 71301 

Box 680, Bunkie 71322 

Box 127, Jena 71342 

Box 520, Marksville, 71351 

2816 Hill, Alexandria 71301 



402 Main, Colfax, 71417 

1103 Papin, Alexandria, 71301 

2727 Jackson, Alexandria, 71301 

Box 510, Winnfield, 71483 
2727 Jackson, Alexandria, 71301 
Box 5512, Alexandria, 71301 
Box 1866, Alexandria, 71301 
1516 Turner, Alexandria, 71301 
2727 Jackson, Alexandria, 71301 
700 Windemere, Alexandria, 71301 

411 Second St., Natchitoches 71457 



104 Beacon Hill, Pineville, 71360 
207 Payne, Pineville, 71360 

124 Hudson, Pineville, 71360 
5909 Tall Pine, Pineville, 71360 

317 Lawrence, Pineville, 71360 



Baton Rouge-Hammond District Council on Ministries 



Chairperson 

COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 

Youth Ministries 

Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 

Family Ministries 
CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 

Communications 



Name 

Rev. Alan D.Einsel 



Mrs. Joyce Annison 

Rev. HulenC. 
Warren, Jr. 
Rev. W. M. Jacocks 
Rev. Angus L. Carruth 
Rev. Theodore J. Smith 

Dr. Burton F. Blair 



Mailing Address 

10328 Jefferson Hwy., 
Baton Rouge, 70809 

1111 Easterly 
Denham Springs, 70726 

5824 Linden, Baton Rouge, 70805 
903 W. Colorado, Hammond, 70401 
P.O. Box 69, Hammond, 70404 
9193 Smith Lane, 

Baton Rouge, 70811 
P. O. Box 138, Watson 70786 



Rev. T. R. Bergson, Sr 
Mrs. Richard Baker 



16832 Teneiga, Green well Springs 

70739 
9132 Highland Gardens Rd., 
Baton Rouge, 70811 
Rev. John Howard Sewell P.O. Box 651, Baker, 70714 



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Christian Unity and 
Interreligious Concerns Rev. Thomas A. Dunbar 9375 Highland Rd., 

Baton Rouge, 70810 
Mrs. Barbara Einsel 10328 Jefferson Hwy., 

Baton Rouge, 70809 
Rev . Claude Barron P.O. Box 1 17 , Jackson 70748 

Mrs. Ida Griffin Box 1291, Denham Springs 70726 

Mrs. Margaret St. Amant 4537 Gibbens-Payne Ave., 

Baker, 70714 
Rev. Calvin Lapuyade 
Mrs. Velma Ellis, 



Education 

Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 

Stewardship 
Worship 



Higher Education and 
Campus Ministry 

OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 

President, UMW 

President, UMM 

Rep., Youth Team (2) 

Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
(Without vote) 



P.O. Box 498, Zachary, 70791 
2987BartlettSt., 
Baton Rouge, 70805 



Rev. Fred O.Shirley 

Richard Baker 

Mrs. Marielouise 

Alexander 
Ofney K.Ellis 

Miss Eudora Kent 

M. E. Taylor 

Wei ton Brumfield, Jr. 



P.O. Box 64572, 
Baton Rouge, 70806 

9132 Highland Gardens Rd., 
Baton Rouge, 70811 

5637 Matthews, Baton Rouge, 70812 
7940 Jefferson Hwy. , # 101, 

Baton Rouge, 70809 
Rt. 2., Box 88, 

Greensburg, 70441 
Box 425, Denham Springs, 70726 

206 LaSare Dr., Amite, 70422 



Baton Rouge-Lafayette District Council On Ministries 



Chairperson 
Vice Chairperson (0) 
Secretary 
COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 

Youth Ministries 
Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 

CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity and 
Interreligious Concerns 
Education 

Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 
Worship 

Higher Education and 
Campus Ministry 



Name Mailing Address 

Rev. George W. C. Calvin P.O. Box 73685, Baton Rouge, 70807 

Rev. Mark W. Meier Box 655, Abbeville, 70510 

Mrs. Chris H. Hall 1641 Avondale, Baton Rouge, 70809 



Rev. A. Wayne Evans 

Rev. Willis Dear 
Donald Shelmire 
Rev. Donald Cottrill 
Janelle McCammon 
Mildred Bowie 



Rev. John R. Oldham 

Dr. Rogers Newman 
Rev. Donald R. Avery 



710 Jefferson Blvd., 

Lafayette, 70506 
Box 1349, Baton Rouge, 70821 
5486 San Juan, Baton Rouge, 70811 
Box 1349, Baton Rouge, 70821 
707 Lee Avenue, Lafayette, 70501 
5144 Madison Ave., 

Baton Rouge, 70802 

Rt.2.,Box266B, 

Plaquemine, 70764 
7860 Emile, Baton Rouge, 70806 
2038 Plank Rd., Baton Rouge, 70802 



Gloria Chapman 
Marian Griffin 



2425 79th Ave., Baton Rouge, 70807 
6815 Willow Springs, 
Baton Rouge, 70811 
Rev. Weldon Bares 109 Montrose, Lafayette, 70503 

M. S. White Box 58, New Iberia, 70560 

Rev. George W. C. Calvin P.O. Box 73685, Baton Rouge, 70807 
Rev. Kenneth M. Fisher 1445 N. 29th, Baton Rouge, 70802 



Rev. Donald Cottrill 



Box 1349, Baton Rouge, 70821 



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OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 

President, UMM 

Rep., Youth Team (2) 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
(Without vote) 



Thomas A. Harrell 
Ardessie Prophet 

Mark J. Solomon 

Keith Freeman 
W. H. Atkinson 



3830 Jolly Dr., Baton Rouge, 70808 
8231E.BelvinDr., 

Baton Rouge, 70811 
P.O. Box 44361, 

Baton Rouge, 70804 
173 Vital, Lafayette, 70506 
211 Montgomery, Lafayette, 70503 



Rev. Donald R. Avery 2038 Plank Rd. , Baton Rouge, 70802 
Lake Charles District Council on Ministries 



Chairperson 

Secretary 

COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Youth Ministries 
Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 

Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 
CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 
Com munications 
Christian Unity and 
Interreligious Concerns 
Education 
Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 

Stewardship 
Worship 

Higher Education and 
Campus Ministry 
OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 

President, UMM 

Rep., Youth Team (2) 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 



Name 

Mrs. Geneva Bell 

Mrs. Cathey D. Lannerd 



Mrs. Meta Williamson 
Rev. James Jones 
Mrs. Joelyn Doland 
Mrs. Robert A. 

Fenstermaker 
Margaret Ford 
Mrs. Mickey Pugh 

Dr. Woodrow W.Smith 

Mrs. Evelyn Cloutman 
Mr. Curtis Vincent 

Mr. Glenn Gay 
Mrs. Conrad P. Edwards 
Rev. Jimmie D. Pyles 
Rev. Larry Robertson 
Mrs. Irvin Abraham 

Mr. Marion A. Benson 
Dr. Benedict Galloway 



Chris Blanchard 

Mr. J. B. Fox 
Mrs. Julia Heard 

Mr. Irvin Abraham 

Clint Luttgehorm 
Mr. Chris Blanchard 
Mr. W. A. Ford 



Mailing Address 

122 N. Bank St., 

Lake Charles, 70601 
Rt. 8, Box 590, 

Lake Charles, 70605 

2447 21st, Lake Charles, 70601 

201 Audalia, Sulphur, 70663 

361 Vanessa, Lake Charles, 70605 

P.O. Box 293, Oakdale, 71463 
1019 Norwood St., Jennings 70545 
4344 Hearth, Lake Charles, 70605 

3501 Patrick St., 

Lake Charles, 70605 
2310 17th St., Lake Charles, 70601 
1513 Briarwood, Sulphur, 70663 

Rt. 12, Box 332, Lake Charles, 70605 
1900 Diane Dr., Sulphur, 70663 
Box 712, Jennings, 70546 
20 Henrietta Dr., Crowley, 70526 
601 N.Cherry St., 

Lake Charles, 70601 
1311 Hilma, Westlake, 70669 
812KirkmanSt., 

Lake Charles, 70601 

P. O. Drawer 29, Sulphur 70663 

1130 Broad St., Lake Charles, 70601 
3201 2nd Ave., Apt. 38, 

Lake Charles, 70601 
601 N.Cherry St., 

Lake Charles, 70601 

202 Country Club Rd., Leesville 
P.O. Drawer 29, Sulphur, 70663 
3707 Brentwood, 

Lake Charles, 70605 



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Monroe District Council on Ministries 



Chairperson 

Vice Chairperson 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Youth Ministries 
Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 

CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity and 
Interreligious Concerns 
Education 
Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 
Higher Education and 
Campus Ministry 
Health and Welfare 

OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 
Rep., Youth Team (2) 
Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 
Director, Disaster Relief 



Name 

DeWittM.Ginn 
Ella Mae Custer 
Betty G.Holland 
H. B. Cruthirds 

Ann Smith 
Fane Peeples 
James E.Wilson 
Audrey Boggs 
Mary Wineinger 
Don Hall 

Ray Holt 
Charles Floyd 
Jim Comer 

La Verne Riddle 
Doris R. Sheppard 
Byrd L. Terry 
Kenneth G. Rorie 
John Sadler 

Melanie Scott- Welch 
Milton Johnson 

Jack Warren 
Bea Moak 
Malcolm Bass 
Mark Moates 
Clyde Jordan 
John Clark, Jr. 
George Sherman 



Mailing Address 

P. 0. Box 656, West Monroe 71291 
2913 Dick Taylor, Monroe 71202 
111 Hilton St., Monroe 71201 
2205 Ann, Monroe 71201 

P. O. Box 656, West Monroe 71291 
P. O. Box 118, Bastrop 71220 
4104 Grammont, Monroe 71203 
P. O. Box 2764, Monroe 71201 
319 Circle Dr., West Monroe 71279 
1901 Lexington, Monroe 71201 

748 Bayou Shores, Monroe 71203 
P. O. Box 336, St. Joseph 71336 
P. 0. Box 4782, Monroe 71203 

3802 Look Rd., Monroe 71201 
1901 Lexington, Monroe 71201 
110 Lakeview Park, Monroe 71203 
909 S. Julia, Rayville 71269 
237 Pruett, Bastrop 71220 

711 Charter, Delhi 71232 
P. O. Box 423, Monroe 71201 

2023 Gemini, Bastrop 71220 
3915 Gerald, Monroe 71203 
115 Tyree, W. Monroe 71291 
107 Tupelo, W. Monroe 71291 

P. O. Box 2956, Monroe 71201 
P. O. Box 1206, Oak Grove 71263 



New Orleans/Houma District Council on Ministries 



Chairperson 

Vice Chairperson (0) 

Secretary 

COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Youth Ministries 
Young Adult Ministries 
Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 

CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 
Communications 
Christian Unity and 
Interreligious Concerns 
Education 
Evangelism 



Name 

Byrl Moreland 

Eddie Morgan 

Mrs. Azalea Stevenson 

Mrs. Edmonia Rousselle 
Stephen Fleming 
Mr. Randy Powell 
Mrs. Babs Mollere 
Mrs. Elizabeth Moss 
Larry Maddin 

L. W. Taylor 

Mrs. Dorothy Taylor 

Richard Meek 

Alfred Norris 
George Duerson 
Steve Spurlock 



Mailing Address 



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Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 
Stewardship 
Worship 

Higher Education and 
Campus Ministry 
OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 
Rep., Youth Team (2) 
Director, 1000 Club 

Disaster Relief 
Enlistment 
Health and Welfare 
Leadership Development 
Town and Country 
Historian 



David Trickett 
Abraham Davis 
Mr. Leroy Crump 
Mr. John Hutton 

Bob Wagener 

Mr. Wadsworth Davis 
Mrs. Margaret Mielke 
Mr. Ernest Arnold 
Ms. Kim Caldwell 
Mr. Ferdinand Grayson 
and Mr. Leroy Crump 
Rick Seals 
Mrs. Aldine Cannon 
William Fraser 
Mrs. Jackie Morgan 
Cleveland Herr 
Mr. Parker Schneidau 



New Orleans /Slidell District Council on Ministries 



Chairperson 

Secretary 

COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Youth Ministries 

Young Adult 

Adult Ministries 
Older Adult Ministries 
Family Ministries 

CHAIRPERSONS 
Camping 

Church and Society 
Communications 
Education 
Evangelism 
Global Ministries 
Religion and Race 
Stewardship 
Worship 
Campus Ministry 

OTHER LEADERS 
District Lay Leader 
President, UMW 
President, UMM 

Youth Team 
1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 



Name 

Rev. Chris Andrews 

Rev. Lael Jones 

Mrs. TrishPeele 
Rev. Wayne Flowers 
J. Thomas Logan 
Miss Terri Morris 

Mrs. Judy Ahrens 
Rev. Helen Ploegsma 
Mrs. Pat Bohning 



Rev. Bob Bengston 
Rev. John Hamilton 
Rev. R. Larry Stafford 
Rev. Thomas L. Howe 
Rev. Joe McClain 
Rev. Kathy Henderson 
Dr. Robert Harrington 
Mr. George Parker 
Rev. Sale T.Lilly 
Miss Kathi Morris 

Mr. Murray Cunningham 
Mrs. Earl Cobb 
Mr. John Davis 

Miss Yolanda Robertson 
Mr. W. R. Matheny 
Rev. Don Alverson 



Mailing Address 

360 Robert Rd., Slidell, 70458 

Box 306, Franklinton, 70438 

439 Live Oak Dr., Slidell, 70458 
106 Bancks, Pearl River, 70452 
P. O. Box 930F, Metairie, 70005 
6647 Louisville, 

New Orleans, 70124 
1816 Acadia, LaPlace, 70068 
433 Erlanger, Slidell 70458 
P.O. Drawer B., 

Ponchatoula, 70454 

Box 698, LaPlace, 70068 
544 Brakefield, Slidell, 70458 
202 Cedar, Bogalusa 70427 
360 Robst Rd., Slidell 70458 
1201 Metairie Rd., Metairie, 70005 
3741 Pontiac, Metairie, 70002 
4600 Prentiss, New Orleans, 70126 
2768 Prentiss, New Orleans, 70126 
433 Erlanger, Slidell 70458 



46 Tokalon PL, Metairie, 70001 
7117 Memphis, New Orleans, 70124 
6034 Campus Blvd., 

New Orleans, 70126 
Rt. 1, Box 553, Slidell, 7Q458 
1509 Lynwood, Bogalusa, 70427 
6645 Spanish Fort, 

New Orleans, 70124 



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Enlistment 
Health and Welfare 
Audio Visual 
Disaster Relief 
Town & Country 
Lay Speaking 
Dist. Treasurer 

Historian 
MEMBERS AT LARGE 



Mrs. Yvonne Spradley 
Mrs. Alta Benson 
Mrs. Phyllis Eden 
Rev. Chris Andrews 
Rev. Lael Jones 
Mr. S. N. Fitzmorris 
Rev. John Koelemay 

Mrs. Glen Mussemann 

Mrs. Rosalie Black 
Mr. DeWitt Morris 

Mr. Bill Baker 
Rev. Terrence August 
Rev. H. A. Harrington 
Mr. Jett Arthur 



1304 Taft Park, Metairie, 70001 
240 Hollywood Dr., Metairie, 70005 
Rt. 7, Box 7319, Slidell, 70458 
360 Robert Rd., Slidell, 70458 
Box 306, Franklinton, 70438 
337 S. 1st, Ponchatoula, 70454 
5620 Read Blvd., 

New Orleans, 70127 
7637 Patricia, Arabi, 70032 

1075 Cousin, Slidell, 70458 
6647 Louisville, 

New Orleans, 70124 
114 Deveraux, Slidell, 70458 
Box 482, Franklinton, 70438 
3401 Canal, New Orleans, 70119 
3013 Ridgeway Dr., Metairie, 70002 



Ruston District Council on Ministries 



Chairperson 
Vice Chairperson 
Secretary 
COORDINATORS 

Children's Ministries 

Youth Ministries 

Young Adult Ministries 

Adult Ministries 

Older Adult Ministries 

Family Ministries 
CHAIRPERSONS 

Camping 

Church and Society 

Communications 

Christian Unity and 
Interreligious Concerns 

Education 

Evangelism 

Global Ministries 

Religion and Race 

Stewardship 

Worship 

Higher Education and 
Campus Ministry 
OTHER LEADERS 

District Lay Leader 

President, UMW 

Rep., Youth Team 

Director, 1000 Club 
Chairman, CFA 



Name 

Terral T. Lowe 
Tom O. Crosby 
James R. McLelland 

Mrs. Wayne Fallin 
Steven D. Bearden 
Mrs. Sam Smart 
Mrs. F. C. Haley 
Joe B. Solomon 
Mr./Mrs. W. J. Humble 

William H. Willis 
James J. Humphreys 
James Poole 

Tom Crosby 
Clyde W.Averett 
James R. McLelland 
Louis M. Coppage, Jr. 
H. Austin Smith 
Terral T. Lowe 
Douglas Williams, Jr. 

Merlin Merrill 

Dan Madden 
Mrs. Fred Barr 
Alicia Johnson 
Kathy Scherer 
Bob Smith 
Dan Madden 



Mailing Address 

Box 357, Homer, 71040 
Box 360, Arcadia, 71001 
Box 86, Downsville, 71234 

Rt. 2, Box 33-A, Simsboro, 71275 
Box 308, Cotton Valley 71018 
Box 60, Arcadia, 71001 
2706 Belcara, Ruston, 71270 
Box 249, Ringgold 71068 
Calhoun, 71225 

903 Broadway, Minden 71055 
1200 Dubach Ave., Ruston, 71270 
903 Broadway, Minden, 71055 

Box 360, Arcadia, 71001 
Box 156, Jonesboro, 71251 
Box 86, Downsville, 71234 
Box 505, Haynesville, 71038 
Box 86, Downsville 71234 
Box 357, Homer, 71040 
201 E. Vaughn, Ruston, 71270 

Box 1383, Ruston, 71270 

Box 3009, Arcadia, 71001 
200 Fairfield, Ruston, 71270 
Gibsland, 71028 
Box 20, Minden, 71055 
100 N. Vienna, Ruston, 71270 
Box 3009, Arcadia, 71001 



Shreveport District Council On Ministries 



Chairperson 



Name 

Dr. Donald Emler 



Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 4188, Shreveport, 71104 



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Vice Chairperson 

Secretary 

COORDINATORS 
Children's Ministries 
Young Adult Ministries 

Adult Ministries 

Family Ministries 
Campus Ministries 

CHAIRPERSONS 

Camping 

Church and Society 

Christian Unity and 
Interreligious Concerns 

Education 

Evangelism 

Global Ministries 

Religion and Race 

Worship 
OTHER LEADERS 

District Lay Leaders 

President, UMW 

President, UMM 

Rep., Youth Team 



Director, 100 Club 



Mrs. Susan Bain 
Mrs. Cathey Sholar 

Mrs. Susan Bain 
Rev. Kathy 

Clark-Dickens 
Dr. John Braden 

Gene & Ola McNaughton 
Rev. William Nolan 



Benny Vaughan 
Carl Stewart 

Rev. Howard Milo 
Dr. Dan Tohline 
Dr. Stone Caraway 
John Sly, Jr. 
A. M. Moody 
John Ricketts 

John Porter 

Mrs. T. C. Shepherd 

A. A. Hickerson 

Miss Dede Wilburn 

David Kennedy 
Robert Duncan 



1911 Carol, Bossier City, 71112 
1009 Hanover, Shreveport, 71115 

1911 Carol, Bossier City, 71112 

520 Herndon, Shreveport, 71101 
1011 Flournoy-Lucas, 

Shreveport, 71118 
9513 Wesso Cr., Shreveport, 71118 
6312 Sand Beach Blvd., 

Shreveport, 71105 

P.O. Box 5038, Shreveport, 71105 
6324 Sonhaven, Shreveport, 71119 

1706 Severine, Shreveport, 71108 
3939 Pines Rd., Shreveport, 71119 
520 Herndon, Shreveport, 71101 

Rt. 2, Box 3-D, Keithville, 71047 
P.O. Box 5038, Shreveport, 71105 

6214 River Road, Shreveport, 71105 
Rt. 4, Box 171, Shreveport, 71107 
653 Mary Jane Blvd., 

Haughton, 71037 
9305 Melissa Way, 

Shreveport, 71115 
743 Thora Blvd., Shreveport, 71106 
3113 Idle Days, Shreveport, 71107 



B. BOARDS 



(Note — Additional ex-officio members of Conference Boards are listed in the Book of 
Discipline and the Conference Structure and Rules Report.) 

BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY: 

Chairperson: James O. Evans; Vice-Chairperson: August E. Aamodt; Secretary: Jason 
C. Owen; Finance Officer: George M. Alfred. 

Clerical: August E. Aamodt, George M. Alfred, Gilbert Wade, J. David Cor ley, Willis W. 
Dear, James O. Evans, Timothy E. Lawson, Leslie P. Norris, Mickey D. Stringfield. 

Lay: 

Mrs. Margaret St. Amant — 4537 Gibbens Payne, Baker, 70714 

Mrs. Evelyn Cloutman — 2310 17th St., Lake Charles, 70601 

Mrs. Dorothy Mae Taylor — 2724 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., New Orleans, 70113 

Walter Harris — P.O. Box 369, Oak Grove, 71263 

Edward Larry — P.O. Box 5692, Alexandria, 71301 

Jason Owen — 1403 Bistineau, Ruston, 71270 

Dr. Enrica Singleton — 4864 Lafon Dr., New Orleans, 70126 

Mrs. Edgar Smith — 513 E. Main St., Lafayette, 70501 

Carl E. Stewart — 6234 Sonhaven Dr., Shreveport, 71119 

Youth Member: Kathy Allen — P.O. Box 375, Iowa 70647 

Alt. — Randy Allen, 200 Stubbs, Monroe 71203 



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Youth Adult Member: Don Shelmire — 5486 San Juan, Baton Rouge, 70811 
Cabinet Liaison: William F. Mayo. 

UMW Representative: Johnnye Butler — 724 8th Ave., Franklinton, 70438 
Member General Board of Church and Society — Jack Dew, 1609 McMillan, W. Monroe 
71291 

BOARD OF DIACONAL MINISTRIES: 

Chairperson: Donald G. Emler; Vice-Chairperson: Donald K. McDowell; Secretary- 
Treasurer: Mary Mason Gordon; Registrar: Mrs. LuAnn McLaurin; Assistant Registrar: 
William Rowell. 

Clerical: Arthur M. Baker, Major Forest N. Blount, Jr., Donald G. Emler, Henry Gage, J. 
D. V. Hamilton, Donald K. McDowell, William A. Rowell, Jr., Robert E. Taylor, Robert J. 
Wagener. 

Lay: 

Mrs. Alta Benson — 240 Hollywood Dr., Metairie, 70005 

Ms. Norma Garlington — Rt. 3, Box 56, Pitkin, 70656 

Joaquin Garcia — P.O. Box 871, Nashville, TN 37202 

Mrs. Mary Gordon — 521 S. 15th, Baton Rouge, 70802 

Lylln Guth — Box 904, Scarritt College, Nashville, TN 37203 

Mrs. Sandra Holley — c/o FUMC, Box 69, Hammond, 70401 

Mrs. Pat Hogan — P.O. Box 5512, Alexandria, 71301 

Mrs. LuAn McLaurin — P.O. Box 247, Welsh, 70591 

Mrs. Reed Simpkins — Rt. 2, Simmsboro, 71275 

Mrs. Esther Socolofsky — 8236 Menlo, Baton Rouge, 70808 

John Hutton, Jr. — 3900 St. Charles St., New Orleans, 70115 

Mrs. Doris Marsalis — 520 Herndon, Shreveport 

Representative from the Board of the Ministry : 

Cabinet Liaison: Robert L. Peyton 

PERSONS CERTIFIED BY 
THE BOARD OF THE DIACONAL MINISTRY 

Ministers of Christian Education: Donald C. Cottrill, Donald G. Emler, James H. 
Humphreys, James R. Woodward 

Directors of Christian Education: Barbara Einsel, Barbara Garcia, Norma Kathryn 
Garlington, Helen Ploegsma, Joaquin Garcia, Mrs. Doris Pennington Sheppard, J. David 
Stone, Lura Oakley Hunter, Cheryl Washburn, Lylln Guth, Carol Maxey 

Associate in Christian Education: Pat Hogan 

Minister of Music: James R. McLelland 

Directors of Music : Gene Kelsay, Helen Miers, Sidney Montegudo, John Hutton, Jr. 

Business Administrator: Patti Kilgore 

Associate in Music : Gerald P. Halley 

BOARD OF DISCIPLESHIP: 

Chairperson: Byrl J. Moreland; Vice-Chairperson: J. Vernita Booker; Secretary- 
Finance Officer: Sale T. Lilly. 

Clerical: Donald R. Avery, Douglas L. Cain, Henry C. Blount, Jr., William I. Eubanks, 
Lea Joyner, Sale T. Lilly, Joe W. McClain, James McLelland, Byrl J. Moreland. 

Lay: 

Miss Vernita Booker — 2300 Magnolia, New Orleans, 70113 

Ralph Cranston — Sicily Island, 71368 

Mrs. Francis Frazier, 1307 Johnson, Franklinton 70438 

Mrs. N. P. Perry — 946 North 23rd, Baton Rouge, 70802 

Mrs. Mary Lou Blakeman — 6002 Fern St., Shreveport, 71105 

P. W. Sibley, Jr. — P.O. Box 207, Walker, 70785 



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Mrs. James Goins, 546 Meadow brook, Shreveport 71105 

Mrs. Maudry Carmouche — 942 St. Charles St., Lafayette, 70501 

Jim Wyche — 1136 Bayou Woods Dr., Lake Charles, 70605 

Youth Representative: Mark Moates — 107 Tupelo Dr., W. Monroe, 71291 

Youth Adult Representative: Mr. Stan Williams — 5142 Bluebell, Baton Rouge, 70808 

Member General Board of Discipleship : Carole Cotton- Winn 

Cabinet Liaison : W. Odell Simmons 

BOARD OF GLOBAL MINISTRIES: 

Chairperson: L. Ray Branton; Vice-Chairperson: John M. Winn; Secretary: Mary Adele 
Compton; Finance Officer: O. W. Marrs. 

Clerical: Hugh L. Baker, L. Ray Branton, Beverly E. Bond, Angus L. Carruth, Louis M. 
Coppage, James W. Spitzkeit, Kenneth G. Rorie, J. Phillip Woodland, John M. Winn. 

Lay: 

T. J. Butler — 724 18th Ave., Franklinton, 70438 

Mrs. Inez W. Chrisentery — 1940 Tennessee, Baton Rouge, 70802 

Mrs. Mary Adele Compton — Rt. 1, Box 410, Jennings, 70546 

Harold LaGrone — 121 Shalimar, W. Monroe, 71291 

Dr. Robert Kemmerly — 501 Crislo, Minden, 71055 

O. W. Marrs — 2242 Monaco Dr., Baton Rouge, 70815 

James W. Moore, Jr. — 3804 Gouville, Monroe, 71201 

Mrs. Luther R. Rone — 2004 Andrews, Alexandria, 71301 

Charles Wilson — 9221 Rhett Dr., Shreveport, 71118 

Five Members At Large: Christopher Andrews, Charles L. Washington, C. David Billings. 
Walter Brock — 3744 Ridgetop, Baton Rouge, 70809 
Mrs. Amy Ward — 500 Walker St., New Orleans, 70124 

Youth Representative: Eudora Kent — Rt. 2, Box 288, Greensburg, 70441 

Youth Adult Representative: Donald Shelmire — 10210 Ave. L., #203, Baton Rouge, 70807 

Representatives, UMW: Mrs. Nell Read — Box 71, Farmerville, 71241 

Mrs. Anne Hearn — 3857 N. Bluebonnet Dr., Baton Rouge, 70809 

Members General Board of Global Ministries: Mrs. Amy Ward, 500 Walker St., New 
Orleans, 70124 

Cabinet Liaison: Douglas L. McGuire 

LOUISIANA MISSIONARIES 

Mr. and Mrs. Patterson Benner 

Mrs. Doretha Brown Cooper, College of West Africa, Box 1010, Monrovia, Liberia 

Rev. Ester L. Hammond, Box 1010, Monrovia, Liberia, W. Africa 

Rev. and Mrs. David Lowry, Casillo 310, Laserena, Chile, South America 

Rev. and Mrs. Franklin Messenger, 187 Montagu Avenue, Salisbury, Rhodesia 

Rev. and Mrs. Carlos Welch, Christian Counseling Center, Sainathapuram, Vellore-1, 

Tamilnadu, South India 
Dr. Vela Cleveland — Ellen Cowen, Memorial Hospital, P.O. Box #4, Kolar, Karnataka, 

India, 563101 

BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPUS MINISTRY 

Chairperson: Brady Forman; Secretary: Wm. E. Nolan 

Clerical: Donald C. Cottrill; Andrew J. Douglas; Brady Forman; William P. Fraser; 
Thomas Logan; Merlin W. Merrill; William E. Nolan; Fred O. Shirley; Grayson B. Watson 
Lay: 

Chris Blanchard — P.O. Drawer 29, Sulphur, 70663 
Robert Caruthers — 430 Forrest Circ, Ruston, 71270 
Dr. Matthew Crawford — 2757 77th Ave., Baton Rouge, 70807 
Mrs. Marian Eggerton — 2468 Lake Oaks Pkwy. , New Orleans, 70122 



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Sidney Evans — 100 St. Clair, Natchitoches, 71457 
Mrs. Melanie Scott-Welch — 711 Charter St., Delhi, 71232 
Dr. Frank Wright 

James Goins — 546 Meadowbrook Lane, Shreveport, 71105 
Mrs. Barbara McKaskle — 1414 Pecan, Hammond, 70401 
Cabinet Liaison: Moses T. Jackson, Sr. 

Member General Board Higher Education: Mrs. Nancy Carruth, P.O. Box 267, Bunkie, 
71322 

BOARD OF THE LAITY: Chairperson: Richard Baker, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, 70821 

Vice-Chairperson: Mrs. Mary Adele Compton, Rt. 1, Box 410, Jennings, 70546; J. E. Hines, 

5220 Robinson Dr., Alexandria, 71301; Chris Blanchard, P.O. Drawer 29, Sulphur, 70663; 

Associate Conference Lay Leader for Stewardship and Finance: Willie A. Joseph, 1206 Lake 

Street, Natchitoches, 71457; Secretary-Treasurer: John W. Trotter, P.O. Box 235, New 

Iberia, 70560; Conference Director, United Methodist Men: Jack Dew, 1609 McMillan, W. 

Monroe, 71291; Director of Publicity: P. E. Yates; Chairperson, 1000 Club: Cecil Bland, 254 

College, Shreveport, 71104; Associate Chairperson, 1000 Club: Jack Warren, 2323 Gemini, 

Bastrop, 71220; Chairperson: Daughenbaugh Scholarship: L. E. Kneipp, 6001 Fox Court, 

Shreveport, 71129; Youth Representative: Deanna Pollar, 4528 Camelia St., New Orleans, 

70126 

Mrs. Nell Read, U.M.W. President, P.O. Box 71, Farmerville, 71241 

Mrs. Janet Hoffpauir, U.M.W. Past President, 924 Harvey St., Natchitoches, 71457 

Mrs. Ashton Dunbar, 207 Payne St., Pineville, 71360 

Mrs. Marilouise Alexander, 5637 Matthews St., Baton Rouge, 70812 

Mrs. Ardessie Prophet, 8231 Belvin Dr., Baton Rouge, 70811 

Mrs. George Heard, 3201 Second Ave., #38, Lake Charles, 70601 

Mrs. H. M. Moak, 3915 Gerald St., Monroe, 71203 

Mrs. David Mielke, 5424 Pitt St., New Orleans, 70115 

Mrs. Pat Cobb, 7117 Memphis St., New Orleans, 70124 

Mrs. Fred Barr, 200 Fairfield Dr., Ruston, 71270 

Mrs. Linda Shepherd, Route 4, Box 171, Shreveport, 71107 

Members: District Lay Leaders, Associate District Lay Leaders, District Super- 
intendents, Directors of Adult Work, Youth Work, and Children's Work of the Conference 
Council on Ministries, Conference Board Program Directors, and Conference President of 
United Methodist Youth or his/her designate. 

Cabinet Liaison: Kenneth R. Reed 

DISTRICT BOARDS OF THE LAITY 
Alexandria District 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
District Lay Leader 
Associate DLL, Lay 

Life & Work 
Assoc. DLL, Steward- 
ship 
Director, UMM 
Secretary & Treasurer 
District Superintendent 
Associate DLL 



Name 

David Dietzel 

J. E. Hines, Jr. 

John Jackson 
V. J. French 
Mrs. Kathryn Shea 
William F. Mayo 
Sidney Evans 



Mailing Address 

104 Beacon Hill, Pineville, 71360 

5220 Robinson, Alexandria, 71301 

1201 W. Court, Winnfield, 71483 
Drawer A., Jena, 71342 
300 Cleco Dr., Pineville, 71360 
1818 Texas, Alexandria, 71301 
100 St. Clair, Natchitoches, 71457 



DISTRICT PROGRAM DIRECTORS 
Bob Lay 1000 Club John B . Tubb 



5909 Tall Pine, Pineville, 71360 



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Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship 
Lay Speaking 
Evangelism 
Lay Witness 
Disaster Chairman 



Paul D.White 
Richard Galloway 
Dennis Shell 
Charles Goodgame 
Col. George Duncan 



700 Windemere, Alexandria, 71301 
627 Nettie, Natchitoches, 71457 
Box 492, Winnfield, 71483 
317 Lawrence, Pineville, 71360 
420 Western Hill, Pineville, 71360 



Baton Rouge-Hammond District 



Name 
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
District Lay Leader Richard H. Baker 



Associate DLL, Lay 
Life & Work 

Assoc. DLL, Steward- 
ship & Finance 

President UMM 

Recording Secretary 

Treasurer 

Clergy 

District Superintendent 



JohnB. Blackman 

Earle Cef alu 
Ofney K.Ellis 

Sara S. Fugler 

M. E. Taylor 

Rev. Robert L. Burgess 

Rev. Kir by A. Vining 



Mailing Address 

9132 Highland Gardens Rd., 
Baton Rouge, 70811 

4523 Woodlyn, Baton Rouge, 70816 

200 Wilson Dr., Amite, 70422 

7940 Jefferson Hwy., Apt. 101, Baton 

Rouge, 70809 
P.O. Box 144, Greensburg, 70441 
Box 425, Denham Springs, 70726 
Box 596, Amite, 70422 
P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, 70821 



DISTRICT PROGRAM DIRECTORS 



Bob Lay 1000 Club 
Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship 
Director, 

Lay Speaking 
President, UMW 
President UMY 

MEMBERS AT LARGE 



M. E. Taylor 

John T. Watkins 

Ike Jenkins 

Marielouise Alexander 
Eudora Kent 



Betty Blackman 
Samuel Ellis, Sr. 

Dr. C. O. Henneman 
Charles McKaskle 
W. H. Brumfield, Jr. 
Ola Fisher 
O.W. "Red"Marrs 
Kenneth Turpin 

Charles K. Watts 



Box 425, Denham Springs, 70726 

111 College Dr., Hammond, 70401 

P.O. Box 632, Pine Grove, 70453 
5637 Matthews, Baton Rouge, 70812 
Rt. 2, Box 88, Greensburg, 70441 



4523 Woodlyn, Baton Rouge, 70816 
5968 Sumrall Dr., Baton Rouge, 

70811 
Rt. 1, Box 38B, Hammond, 70401 
1414 Pecan Drive, Hammond, 70401 
106 LaSare Dr., Amite, 70422 
P.O. Box 686, Clinton, 70722 
2242 Monaco Dr., Baton Rouge, 70815 
10035 Devonshire Dr., Baton Rouge, 

70815 
13318 Virgil Jackson, 

Baton Rouge, 70805 



Baton Rouge-Lafayette District 



Name 
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
District Lay Leader Thomas A. Harrell 

Associate DLL, Lay 
Life and Work Raymond Shaw 



Mailing Address 

3830 Joyyl Dr. , Baton Rouge, 70808 
507 Bonnie Dr., Lafayette, 70608 



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Assoc. DLL, Steward- 
ship & Finance 

Recording Secretary 

Treasurer 

Youth 
Representative 

Consultant 

District Superintendent 



N. W. Aldridge 
Helen Atkinson 
William P. Scott 



970 Julia, Opelousas, 70570 

211 Montgomery, Lafayette, 70503 

806 Landry Dr., Lafayette, 70504 



Keith Freeman 173 Vital, Lafayette, 70506 

Inez Chrisentery 1940 Tennessee, Baton Rouge, 70802 

Rev. Moses T. Jackson, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, 70821 
Sr. 



DISTRICT PROGRAM DIRECTORS 



Bob Lay 1000 Club 
Howard Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship 
Lay Speaking 
President, UMW 

President, UMM 



W. H. Atkinson 

M. S. White 
Richard Brown 
Ardessie Prophet 

Mark J. Solomon 



211 Montgomery, Lafayette, 70503 

Box 58, New Iberia, 70560 

204 Sunny Lane, Lafayette, 70506 

8231 E. Belvin Dr., Baton Rouge, 

70811 
P.O. Box 44361 



ASSOCIATE LAY LEADERS 



Fran Hall 
Frank Hunter 
John T. Green 
Mattie L. Stinson 
Felton E.Butler 

Lottie Jones 
B.E.Perkins, III 

J. P. Owen, Jr. 

M. D. Socolofsky 



1640 Avondale, Baton Rouge, 70808 
311 10th Street, Abbeville, 70510 
219 Grand, Lafayette, 70503 
319 Center, New Iberia, 70560 
824 St. Rose Ave., Baton Rouge, 

70802 
319 Jefferson, New Iberia, 70560 
1011 Westmoreland, Baton 

Rouge, 70806 
603 W. Bayou Pkwy., Lafayette, 

70503 



8236 Menlo, Baton Rouge, 70808 
Dr. G. Leon Netterville, 1870 Harding Blvd., Baton Rouge, 
Jr. 70807 



Lake Charles District 



Name 
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
District Lay Leader Mr. J. B. Fox 

Associate DLL, Lay 

Life and Work 
Assoc. DLL, Steward- 
ship and Finance 



Treasurer 
Director, UMM 

President, UMW 

Howard Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship 
Lay Speaking 



Mr. Bryant Gore 



John Wesley Houston, 

Sr. 
Mr. W. A. Ford 
Mr. Irvin Abraham 

Mrs. Julia Heard 



Lyle Guth 
Hubert Blanchard 



Mailing Address 

1130 Broad St., Lake Charles, 70601 
4512 Louisiana, Lake Charles, 70605 

3619 Texas, Apt. 137, Lake Charles, 

70601 
3707 Brentwood, Lake Charles, 70605 
601 N. Cherry St., Lake Charles, 

70605 
3201 2nd Ave., Apt. 38, Lake Charles, 

70601 

219 Woodruff, Lake Charles, 70601 
P.O. Box 462, Sulphur, 70663 



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ASSOCIATE DISTRICT LAY LEADERS 

Morris Gilmore 
Nathan Trent 
Mrs. Nancy Noland 
Fletcher Cheatham 
Dick Boisture 
Louis Smaihall 



100 N. Ave. "M", Crowley, 70526 
415 W. Davis St., Welsh, 70591 
509 Ashland, Lake Charles, 70605 
1600 W. Nona, Leesville,71446 
132 Greenwood Dr., Jennings, 70546 
701 S. Polk, Welsh, 70591 



Monroe District 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
District Lay Leader 
Assoc. DLL, Steward- 
ship and Finance 
Lay Life and Work 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Methodist Men 
Methodist Women 
District Superintendent 



Name 

Jack Warren 

Jack Dew 
W. B. Mann 
Bill Gannaway 
Jim Spencer 
Malcolm Bass 
Mrs. Bea Moak 
Dr. D. L. McGuire 



Mailing Address 

2023 Gemini Dr., Bastrop, 71220 

1609 McMillan, West Monroe, 71291 
1509 Elizabeth, West Monroe, 71291 
1711 McGuire, Monroe, 71203 
59 Chauvin Dr., Monroe, 71203 
115 Tyree Dr., West Monroe, 71291 
3915 Gerald, Monroe, 71203 
P.O. Box 6018, Monroe, 71203 



DISTRICT PROGRAM DIRECTORS 



1000 Club 

Howard Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship 
Disaster Relief 
Lay Speaking 



Clyde Jordan 

Cecil Brewer 
Joe Wollam 
E. L. Harrison 



107 Tupelo, West Monroe, 71291 

Box F,Wisner, 71378 

104 Monteleon, West Monroe, 71291 

29 Martha Dr., Monroe, 71203 



ASSOCIATE DISTRICT LAY LEADERS 

James Standley 
H. B. Cruthirds 
Ken Bowman 
Jim Pichoff 
Bob Newcomer 
William A. Medlock 
W. H. (Bill) Rucker 
J. P. McKee, Jr. 

W. Leon Mcintosh 
Calvin Jordan 



MINISTERIAL 



Rev. Jim Wilson 



Rt. 1, Box 18, Oak Ridge, 71264 
P.O. Box 4281, Monroe, 71203 
25 Forest Dr., Monroe, 71203 
P.O. Drawer O, Oak Grove, 71263 
1705 Crescent Dr., Monroe, 71202 
2307 S. Sixth, Monroe, 71202 
P.O. Box 285, Ferriday, 71334 
112 River Oaks Dr., West Monroe, 

71291 
Rt. 3, Box 178, Rayville, 71269 
2010 Evans Ave., Monroe, 71201 

112 Delano Dr., Monroe, 71203 



New Orleans-Houma District 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
District Lay Leader 
Lay Life and Work 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
District Superintendent 



Name 

Wadsworth Davis 

Homer Abel 

Mrs. Lottie Palazzo 

Chester Horn 

Rev. William Blakely 



Mailing Address 

4433 Annette, New Orleans, 70122 
1616 Mason Smith, Metairie, 70003 
2221 Elizabeth, Metairie, 70003 
8409 Jeannette, New Orleans, 70118 
3401 Canal, New Orleans, 70119 



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DISTRICT PROGRAM DIRECTORS 
1000 Club Ferdinand Grayson 



Lay Speaking 

UMW 

UMM 



Ken Drezenski 

Mrs. Margaret Mielke 

Ernest Arnold 



203 W. Wm. David Pkwy., Metairie, 

70005 
7803 Spruce, New Orleans, 70118 
5424 Pitt, New Orleans, 70115 
4320 Gen. Pershing, New Orleans, 

70125 



ASSOCIATE LAY LEADERS 



James Knighten 
Miss Vernita Booker 
Vernon Brumf ield 
Keith Nash 
Richard Roper 
Walter Harris 
Mrs. Maude Harris 
Joseph Pellerin 
Rev. Cleve Herr 



4534 St. Anthony, New Orleans, 70122 
2300 Magnolia, New Orleans, 70115 
Rt. 2, Box 157, Cutoff, 70345 
537 Julius, Jefferson, 70121 
109 Theta, Belle Chasse, 70037 
2317 Haring Rd., Metairie, 70003 
9012 Palm St., New Orleans, 70118 
9024 Belfast, New Orleans, 70118 
3828 Leila Place, Jefferson, 70121 



New Orleans-Slidell District 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
District Lay Leader 
Associate DLL 
Assoc. DLL, Steward- 
ship and Finance 
Assoc. DLL, Lay 
Life and Work 
Treasurer 



Name 

i 

Murray Cunningham 
Charles Watts 

T. J. Butler 

Henry Mayf ield 
Richard Beckham 



Mailing Address 

46 Tokalon, Metairie, 70001 
423 Columbia, Bogalusa, 70427 

724 18th Ave., Franklinton, 70438 

320 S. Taylor, Covington, 70433 
4704 Elm wood Pkwy., Metairie, 
70003 



DISTRICT PROGRAM DIRECTORS 



1000 Club 

Howard Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship 
Lay Speaking 
UMW 
UMM 

Youth 



William Matheny 

Jack McGuyre 
S. N. Fitzmorris 
Mrs. Earl Cobb 
John Davis 

Yolanda Robertson 



ASSOCIATE DISTRICT LAY LEADERS 

Dr. Joe Foote 
Freddie Jefferson 
Raymond Schafer 

Mrs. Mary M. Burris 
Lester Duncan 
Jack Green 
Roy Roemershauser 
Doug Holmes 
Harry Fields 
Stephen Barnes 
Raymond Hayes 
Andy Weir 
Mrs. Ruth Butler 



1509 Lynwood Dr., Bogalusa, 70427 

Rt. 5, Box 16, Covington, 70433 
363 S. First St., Ponchatoula, 70454 
7117 Memphis, New Orleans, 70124 
6034 Campus Blvd., New Orleans, 

70126 
Rt. 1, Box 553, Slidell, 70458 



1735 Mendez, New Orleans, 70122 

Box 233, Angie, 70426 

Star Rt. Box 26A, Ponchatoula, 

70454 
Rt. 6, Box 30, Franklinton, 70438 
214 Cedar Rd., Bogalusa, 70427 
725 16th Ave., Covington, 70433 
4205 Courtland Dr., Metairie, 70002 
315 Country Club Blvd., Slidell, 70458 
Rt. 1, Box 558, Slidell, 70458 
4101 Odin, New Orleans, 70126 
Rt. 1, Box 176, Franklinton, 70438 
4400 Senac Dr., Metairie, 70003 



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CLERGY 



Rev. Roger La than 
Rev. Karl D.Wood 

Ruston District 



4533 Mendez, New Orleans, 70126 
P.O. Box 473, Varnado, 70467 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
District Lay Leader 
Associate DLL, Lay 

Life and Work 
Assoc. DLL, Steward- 
ship and Finance 
Recording Secretary 
Treasurer 



Name 

Dan Madden 

EdGulley 

Don Bryan 
Nancy Bond 
A. W. Thompson 



Mailing Address 

Box 3009, Arcadia, 71001 

805 Kennon, Minden, 71055 

Box 612, Hodge, 71247 

Rt. 1, Box 27, Athens, 71003 

Box 190, Ruston, 71270 



DISTRICT PROGRAM LEADERS 
1000 Club Bob Smith 

Howard Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship Hale Shadow 

Lay Speaking Gary Green 

ASSOCIATE DISTRICT LAY LEADERS 

Robert Humble 
Larry Adkins 
Robert West 

OTHERS 
President, District UMW Mrs. Fred Barr 



100 N. Vienna, Ruston, 71270 

Drawer 1, Ruston, 71270 
Box 42, Arcadia, 71001 



Quitman, 71268 

Rt. 2, Simsboro, 71275 

Box 226, Minden, 71055 



200 Fairfield, Ruston, 71270 



CLERGY 



Dorothy McGowen 



PRESIDENT, DISTRICT YOUTH TEAM 

Alicia Johnson 



Box 34, Calhoun, 71225 



Gibsland, 71028 



Shreveport District 



Name 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
Lay Leader 
Associate Lay Leader 
Associate Lay Leader 
Associate Lay Leader 
Director, UMM 
Recording Secretary 
Director, UMW 
Director, UMY 
Director of Methodist 
Camping 



John Porter 
Larry Miller 
Nick Jones 
Ed Kneipp 
A. A. Hickerson 



Mailing Address 

6214 River Rd., Shreveport, 71105 
7409Prestbury, Shreveport, 71129 
542 Fuller St., Shreveport, 71108 
6001 Fox Court, Shreveport, 71129 
653 Mary Jane, Haughton, 71037 



Mrs. Mary Ellen Gardner P.O. Box 445, Mooringsport, 71060 
Mrs. T. C. Shepherd Rt. 4, Box 171, Shreveport, 71107 

Rev. Jerry Hilbun Head of Texas St., Shreveport, 71101 



Benny Vaughan 



DISTRICT PROGRAM DIRECTORS 
Director of 1000 Club Robert Duncan 

Lay Speaking Larry Miller 

Stewardship & Finance J . B . Lennard 



P.O. Box 5038, Shreveport, 71105 



3113 Idle Days, Shreveport, 71107 
7409 Prestbury, Shreveport, 71129 
1045 Edgefield, Shreveport, 71118 



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Howard Daughenbaugh 

Scholarship Fund 
District Superintendent 

MINISTERIAL MEMBERS 



Stanley Powell 
W.Odell Simmons 



MEMBERS AT LARGE 



Rev. John Braden 

Dr. Dan Tohline 
Rev. Howard Milo 



Leroy Smalley 

Roy Gage 

J. E. Norris 

Mrs. Clare Carrington 

A. J. Williams 

Mrs. Emma Bibbons 



6315 Inwood Rd., Shreveport, 71119 



9300 Mansfield Rd., Shreveport, 

71118 
3939 Pines Rd., Shreveport, 71119 
1706 Severine, Shreveport, 71108 



Rt. 1, Box 289-B, Keithville, 71047 
Box 301, Blanchard, 71009 
3521 Junior Place, Shreveport, 71119 
P.O. Box 415, Benton, 71006 
Box 543, Mansfield, 71052 
1835 Blanchard Rd., Shreveport, 
71107 



BOARD OF THE ORDAINED MINISTRY: 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Chairperson: Alfred L. Norris; Vice-Chairperson & 
Finance Officer: W. O. Lynch; Secretary: Lael Jones; Ministerial Training and Orders: 
Herbert M. Scott, Chairperson; William Peeples, Registrar; Associate Members and Local 
Pastors: Conrad Edwards, Chairperson; Woodrow W. Smith, Registrar; Conference 
Relations: Clyde C. Frazier; Counselling Elder: J. Henry Bowdon, Jr.; Caring & 
Counselling: Alonzo Campbell; Continuing Education: Stone Caraway; Enlistment and 
Candidacy: J. Roddy Taylor; Chaplaincy Coordinator: Roland Friedrich. 

Clerical: Terrence August, Thomas M. Babington, III, J. H. Bowdon, Jr., Robert L. 
Burgess, Alonzo Campbell, Stone W. Caraway, Robert B. Crichlow, Sr., Conrad P. 
Edwards, Alan D. Einsel, Roland K. Friedrich, Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., Robert I. Galatas, 
James A. Graham, Leonard L. Haynes, Jr., James H. Humphreys, Lael S. Jones, Kent A. 
Kilbourne, Bob Lawton, Brenda Layman, W. O. Lynch, Jr., William D. Peeples, Hebert M. 
Scott, Woodrow W. Smith, Clarence H. Snelling, Jr., James L. Stovall, J. Roddy Taylor, L. 
Deen Thompson, Donald A. Webb, Donald K. McDowell, Kathy Henderson, M. Eugene 
Finnell. 

Representative from Commission on Higher Education: William P. Frazier, Fred O. 
Shirley. 

Cabinet Liaison: W. D. Boddie 



DISTRICT COMMITTEES ON THE ORDAINED MINISTRY: 

Alexandria District: Rev. John Lee, Chairman, Rev. Alonzo Campbell, Rev. James 
Spitzkeit, Rev. Tracy Arnold, Rev. Roland Freidrich, Rev. Edward Boyd, Rev. Hugh Baker. 

Baton Rouge-Hammond: Rev. J. Henry Bowdon, Jr., Chairperson, Rev. Lonnie M. Sibley, 
Rev. Freddie C. Henderson, Rev. John Vining, Rev. Gilbert H. Wade, Jr., Rev. Fred 
Wideman. 

Baton Rouge-Lafayette: Rev. W. O. Lynch, Jr., Chairperson, Rev. George W. C. Calvin, 
Rev. J. Philip Woodland, Rev. Bertrand Griffin, Rev. William McCutcheon, Rev. J. Roddy 
Taylor. 

Lake Charles District: Dr. Benedict A. Galloway, Chairman, Rev. Jack Winegeart, Rev. 
Arthur M. Baker, Rev. Richard Harry, Dr. Charles B. Simmons, Rev. Conrad P. Edwards. 

Monroe District: Rev. L. Deen Thompson, Chairperson, Rev. Richard Scott-Welch, Rev. 
Charley Floyd, Rev. Lea Joyner, Rev. Kirby Vining, Rev. Terry C. Willis, Rev. James E. 
Wilson. 

New Orleans-Houma District: Rev. Larry Maddin, Rev. Carole Cotton-Winn, Rev. Clyde 
Frazier, Rev. Julius Jefferson, Rev. Bob Wagener, Rev. Alfred Norris, Rev. Alfred Pollar, 
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New Orleans-Slidell District: Rev. Don Alverson, Rev. Kathy Henderson, Rev. Roger 
Lathan, Rev. Robert Potter, Rev. Bill Eubanks, Rev. Lonnie Sibley, Rev. Terrence August, 
Rev. LaelJones, Dr. W. D. Boddie. 

Ruston District: Dr. Merlin Merrill, Rev. William Stokes, Rev. Roily Walker, Rev. 
Brenda Layman, Rev. Lester Nance, Rev. B. E. Bond, Rev. August Aamodt. 

Shreveport District: Dr. Webb Pomeroy, Dr. Robert Ed Taylor, Rev. Robert Galatas, 
Rev. Howard Milo, Dr. Burton Blair, Rev. Leland Wade, Rev. Doug Cain, Rev. Byrd Lee 
Terry. 

BOARD OF PENSIONS: 

Chairperson: Tracy Arnold; Vice-Chairperson: Donald Hall; Secretary: Clyde Averett 

Class of ten elected for term expiring in 1984 : 

Clerical: Clyde W. Averett; George W. Calvin; Glendon R. Messor; James W. Moore; 
Robert L. Potter 

Lay: 

Judge Chris Barnett, 3805 Baltimore, Shreveport, 71106 

Robert Leckey, 1003 Montrose, Lafayette, 70503 

Roane E. Hathorn, Box 263, Pineville, 71360 

William Jones, 5209 Harin Court, Metairie, 70002 

Matt Kawaski, 1002 Michigan, Slidell, 70458 

Class of ten elected for term expiring in 1988: 

Clerical: Tracy R. Arnold, D. L. Dykes, Jr., Donald J. Hall, James M. Poole, Charles B. 
Simmons 

Lay: Ross Downing — 303 Rue Chalet, Hammond, 70401 

Dr. E. C. Harrison — Dillard University, 2601 Gentilly, New Orleans, 70122 

Robert G. Jones — 301 Shellbeach Dr., Lake Charles, 70601 

Mrs. F. M. Terral — P.O. Box 471, Lake Providence, 71254 

Paul White — 700 Windemere, Alexandria, 71301. 

Cabinet Liaison: Kenneth R. Reed 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES: 

President: B. A. Galloway; Vice-President: William R. London; Secretary-Treasurer: 
W. D. Cotton 

Terms expiring 1983: B. A. Galloway, Thomas H. Matheny, Christopher Andrews, Nancy 
Carruth 

Terms expiring 1984: James M. Poole, William G. Kelly, Jr., Hubert M. Blanchard, 
William R. London, Jr. 

Terms expiring 1985: Beverly E. Bond, W. Davis Cotton, Woodrow Smith, Shelby Smith. 

DISTRICT BOARDS OF CHURCH LOCATIONS AND BUILDINGS: 

Alexandria District: Rev. Richard Hoffpauir, Rev. Larry O'Dell, Rev. Grayson Watson, 
Thilo Steinschulte, Mrs. Katherine Wilson, Mrs. Georgia Mcintosh. 

Baton Rouge-Hammond District: Rev. Fred O. Shirley, Chairperson, Lokey Faller, Rev. 
Clarence Hillard, E. R. Nilson, Rev. Glendon Messer, Sharp E. Stafford. 

Baton Rouge-Lafayette District: Rev. L. Ray Branton, Rev. Robert B. Crichlow, Sr., Rev. 
W. C. August, Mr. James L. Hunt, Mr. William P. Scott, Mr. Charles Wagner, Mr. Tom 
Hampton, Jr., Rev. Moses T. Jackson, Sr. 

Lake Charles District: Rev. Richard H. Harry, Chairperson, Rev. Finas P. Corie, Rev. 
Conrad P. Edwards, Rev. Raymond M. Crofoot, Mr. Leo Cole. 

Monroe District: DeWitt M. Ginn, Donald J. Hall, Roy Johns, Robert E. Moore, W. Ed 
Parks, Thurman Potts, Kenneth G. Rorie. 

New Orleans-Houma District: Rev. Abraham Davis, Rev. William R. London, Rev. 
Lillard Bevill, Mr. Jack McClanahan, Mr. James T. Johnson, Ms. Linda Martin. 

New Orleans-Slidell District: Mr. Fred Jackson, Mr. Charles Backstrom, Mr. Samuel 
Johnson, Rev. Lael Jones, Rev. John Koelemay, Rev. Andrew Douglas, Mr. Richard 



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Beckham, Rev. James Evans, Mrs. Amy Ward, Dr. W. D. Boddie. 

Ruston District: Rev. Terral T. Lowe, Rev. James M. Poole, E. W. Nelson, Rev. Beverly 
E. Bond, Durwood McFarland, L. D. McGehee. 

Shreveport District: Rev. Harold Longfellow, Richard Schmidt, Glenn Flesher, Jessie 
Morgan, Rev. Nathan Daniels, Ron Free, Rev. Jim Moore. 

C. COMMISSIONS 

COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES & HISTORY: 

Chairperson: Wadsworth Davis ; Vice-Chairperson: JoeRoundtree; Secretary & Finance 
Officer: W. Spiller Milton 
Clerical: J. Vernon Fairley, James W. Jones, W. Spiller Milton, Joe L. Rountree. 
Lay: 

Mrs. Raymond Christensen — 1017 Oma, Natchitoches, 71457 
Wadsworth Davis — 4433 Annette St., New Orleans, 70122 
Rosemary Jones — 852 Salem, Natchitoches, 71457 
Mrs. Frances Menge — 2469 Lark St., New Orleans, 70122 
Ms. Norma Winegeart — 166 Lee, DeRidder, 70634 
Youth Representative: Donna Woodman — Rt. 1 Box 63, Elmer, 71424 
Cabinet Liaison: William F. Mayo. 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN UNITY AND INTERRELIGIOUS AFFAIRS: 

Chairperson: L. M. Sibley; Vice Chairperson: J. E. Hines, Jr. 

Secretary: Howard L. Milo 

Clerical: Claude E. Barron; Tom 0. Crosby; Thomas A. Dunbar; DeWitt M. Ginn; Mark 
W. Meier; Howard L. Milo; Randall K. Nichols; Lonnie M. Sibley; David G. Trickett. 

Lay: LeRoy Crump, 7321 Dalewood, New Orleans, 70126, LeRoy Duchane, 1421 
Washington St., Jeanerette, 70544, Glenn Gay, Rt. 12, Box 332, Lake Charles, 70605, Mrs. 
Mable Manning, 1305 N. Trenton, Ruston, 71270, Edward Harris, 2026 Caffin, New Orleans, 
70117, J. E. Hines, Jr., 5220 Robinson Dr., Alexandria, 71301, Mrs. La Verne Riddle, 3802 
Loop Rd., Monroe, 71201, Jay Seale, III, 5002 Cherie, Hammond, 70401, Lee Arthur Williams, 
2851 Metal St., Shreveport, 71103 

COMMISSION ON EQUITABLE SALARIES: 

Chairperson: Ira Robinson; Vice-Chairperson: Donice Alverson; Secretary: Terral T. 
Lowe 

Clerical: James L. Adams; Donice W. Alverson, Finas P. Coris, C. Gerald Richardson, 
Terrall T. Lowe, Richard R. Meek, Ira M. Robinson. 

Lay: 

Dr. Joe Austin — Rt. 2, Box 131, Hammond, 70401 

Mrs. Maudry Carmouche — 942 St. Charles, Lafayette, 70501 

Cabinet Liaison: Robert L. Peyton 

COMMISSION ON RELIGION & RACE: 

Chairperson: Rogers J. Newman; Vice-Chairperson: R. D. Coles; Secretary-Treasurer: 
Kenneth Carroll. 

Clerical: M. C. Cady, Rupert D. Coles, Raymond M. Crofoot, Nathan Daniels, Jr., 
Abraham E. Davis, Alonzo Campbell, Freddie Henderson, William M. McCutcheon, Robert 
Williams. 

Lay: 

Irving K. Abraham — 601 N. Cherry Street, Lake Charles, 70601 

Leonard Avery — Rt. 1, Box 558E, Slidell, 70458 

Estelle Dameron — 112 Redd St., Pineville, 71360 

Dr. Rogers Newman — 7860 Emile, Baton Rouge, 70807 



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Mrs. Dorothy Spencer — 

Mrs. Nancy Nunn — 4520 Meadowdale, Metairie, 70002 
Mrs. Geneva Bell — 122 N. Bank St., Lake Charles, 70601 
Mrs. Agnes Titkemeyer — 1148 Aurora PL, Baton Rouge, 70806 
Mrs. Bessie M. Washington — 1728 Severine St., Shreveport, 71108 

Youth Representative: Percell Church, Jr., 4970 Camelia St., New Orleans, 70126, 
Representative Conference Youth Team. 
Alt. — Deanna Pollar, 4528 St. Anthony Ave., New Orleans, 70122 
Young Adult Representative: Kenneth M. Carroll 
Cabinet Liaison: William C. Blakely. 

COMMISSION ON THE STATUS & ROLE OF WOMEN : 

Co-Chairperson: Mrs. Betty Rowell & Marie P. Williams; Secretary: Mrs. Mary 
Margaret Barr; Finance Officer: Mrs. Lottie Palazzo. 
Clerical: George A. Duerson, Freida Brown, Marie P. Williams, Carol S. Winn. 
Lay: 

Mrs. Mary Margaret Barr — Fairfield Drive, Ruston, 71270 
Mrs. Sarah Kruitziger — 4420 Elm wood Pkwy., Metairie, 70003 
Victor Bussie — 429 Government, Baton Rouge 
Charles Goodgame — 317 Lawrence Blvd., Pineville, 71360 
Kathi Finnell — 334 Hwy. 190, Mandeville, 40448 
Dr. Norma Kearby — 1235 Decatur, New Orleans, 70116 
Mrs. Lottie Palazzo — 2221 Elizabeth, Metairie, 70003 
Mrs. Juan Sanfiel — 3914 Banks, New Orleans, 70119 
Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas — Rt. 2, Box 380 F, Baker, 70714 
Mrs. Betty Rowell — P.O. Box 658, Iowa, 70647 
Mrs. W. F. Manning — 1305 N. Trenton, Ruston, 71270 
Youth Representative — Linda Merrill, 5045 Sequoia, Baton Rouge, 70814 
Cabinet Liaison: Moses T. Jackson, Sr. 



D. COMMITTEES 

COMMITTEE ON COURTESIES: 
Chairperson: Grayson B. Watson 

H. Warren Blakeman, M. Eugene Finnell, Irma G. Jackson, Ned L. Stout, Leland D. 
Wade, Grayson B. Watson. 

COMMITTEE ON EPISCOPACY: 
Chairperson: D. L. Dykes, Jr. 

Clerical: D. L. Dykes, Jr., Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., J. Woodrow Hearn, W. Odell Simmons, 
Carole Cotton- Winn 
Lay: 

Mrs. Elgin Boggs — P.O. Box 4782, Monroe, 71211 
Mrs. Harvey Carter — 830 Erie Street, Shreveport, 71109 
Mrs. Howard Carter — 701 Helen Street, Lake Charles, 70601 
J. E. Hines, Jr. — 5220 Robinson Drive, Alexandria, 71301 
Richard H. Baker — 9132 Highland Garden Rd., Baton Rouge, 70811 
George D. Nelson — 214 Milam Street, Shreveport, 71161 
Mrs. Nell Read — P.O. Box 71, Farmerville, 71241 
Jack Paris — 107 Canterbury Rd., Lafayette, 70503 
Youth Representative: Edward Corley, P.O. Box 702, Jena, 71342 
Youth Adult Representative: Charles Walker, P.O. Box 1598, Hammond, 70401 
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COMMITTEE ON THE ETHNIC MINORITY LOCAL CHURCH: 

Clerical: Christopher Andrews; DeWitt M. Ginn; Roger Lathan; Alfred L. Norris; J. P. 
Woodland. 
Lay: 

T. J. Butler, 724 18th Ave., Franklinton, 70438, Mrs. Inez Chrisentery, 1940 Tennessee, 
Baton Rouge, 70802, Ms. Phyllis Eden, Rt. 7, Box 7319, Slidell, 70458, Ms. Zoeanna Francis, 
P.O. Box 1125, Dulac, 7, J. E. Hines, 5220 Robinson Dr., Alexandria, 71301, Matt Kawaski, 
1002 Michigan, Slidell, 70458, Thomas H. Matheny, Box 221, Hammond, 70404, Dr. Rogers 
Newman, 7860 Emile, Baton Rouge, 70807, Mrs. Juan Sanfiel, 3914 Banks, New Orleans, 
70119, Carl Stewart, 6234 Sonhaven Dr., Shreveport, 71119 

Ex Officio: Dr. Samuel W. Walker 

Cabinet Liaison: Douglas L. McGuire 

COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS: 

Chairman: Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin 

Thomas H. Matheny, P.O. Box 221, Hammond, 70401 

Mrs. Nell Read, Box 71, Farmerville, 71241 

Mrs. Elizabeth McGowan, 9294 Windrift, Baton Rouge, 70809 

Hubert Blanchard, P.O. Box 462, Sulphur, 70663 

Mrs. Nancy Carruth, P.O. Box 267, Bunkie, 71322 

Mrs. Clytie Perry, 946 North 23rd, Baton Rouge, 70802 

Mrs. Lylln Guth, 219 Woodruff, Lake Charles, 70605 

Miss Virginia Spencer, 2700 Mary Street, Apt. 41, Slidell, 70458 

Laura Hill, 2026 Connie Dr., Denham Springs, 70726 

Skyler Zochet, 124 Hudson, Pineville, 71360 

Members of the Cabinet 

COMMITTEE ON THE JOURNAL: 

Chairperson: Charles Humphreys ; Vice-Chairperson: Larry O 'Dell. 

Richard Brown, S. B. Evans, Charles Humphreys, Larry O'Dell. 

COMMITTEE ON REVIEW AND RESOLUTIONS: 

Chairperson: SaleT. Lilly; Secretary: EdGulley 

Ed Gulley, Sale T. Lilly, Mrs. F. E. Kennon, J. Roddy Taylor, Samuel W. Walker. 

COMMITTEE ON THE RULES: 

Chairperson: LonnieM. Sibley; Secretary: W. E. Nolan 

Judge Eugene Bryson, Richard H. Harry, W. E. Nolan, O. W. Marrs, Lonnie M. Sibley, 
Dr. Ron Smith. 

COMMITTEE ON INVESTIGATION : 

Chairperson: Clyde C. Frazier, Jr. 

Five Elders: Clyde C. Frazier, Donald J. Hall, Byrl J. Moreland, Alfred L. Norris, Gilbert 

Wade 
Five Reserves : Donald R. Avery, B. E. Bond, DeWitt M. Ginn, Lea Joyner, Bob Lawton. 

TASK FORCE TO PLAN BICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION: 

Interpreter: Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., Wadsworth Davis; Clyde C. Frazier, Jr.; Jolly B. 
Harper; Mrs. Janet Hoffpauir; Mrs. W. M. Nolan; William F. Mayo; L. L. Haynes, Jr.; 
Morgan Peoples ' 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON DISABILITY: 

Kenneth R. Reed, Chairperson; Alfred Norris; J. J. Caraway; Tracy R. Arnold; Clyde C. 
Frazier, Jr. 



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E. TRUSTEES AND BOARDS OF DIRECTORS 

CAMP BREWER (TRUSTEES) : 

Alexandria District Superintendent 

Clerical: Hugh L. Baker; James L. Adams; John Lee 

Lay: Roy James; Thilo Steinschulte; Charles N. White; John Vizcarrondo 

CENTENARY COLLEGE OF LOUISIANA (BOARD OF TRUSTEES) : 

Officers: George D. Nelson, Chairman; J. Hugh Watson, Vice Chairman; Elise Wheless 
Hogan, Secretary; Ruby George, Asst. Secretary; Austin G. Robertson, Treasurer 

Term Expires 1984: Charles Ellis Brown; William H. Broyles; Mrs. Ruth S. Foil; H. 
Blume Johnson; Paul C. McDonald; Thomas H. Matheny; Loy Beene Moore; George D. 
Nelson; Richard L. Ray; Austin G. Robertson; Mrs. W. Peyton Shehee, Jr. ; N. H. Wheless, 
Jr.; Harvey G. Williamson; Mrs. John A. Hendrick; Ronald Sawyer; Herman Williamson 

Term Expires 1985: Harry V. Balcom; John David Crowe; Donald H. Duggan; D. L. 
Dykes; Kenneth M. Fisher; Mrs. Thomas E. Hogan; Roy S. Hurley; G. W. James; Merlin 
W. Merrill; Donald Weiss; George R. Schurman; Albert Sklar; Fletcher Thorne-Thomsen; 
J. Hugh Watson; W. Juan Watkins 

Term Expires 1983: William G. Anderson; Harvey Broyles; Mrs. E. J. Crawford, Jr.; 
Benedict A. Galloway; Sam B. Grayson; John S. Hardy; William H. Jackson; Charles D. 
Knight; Douglas L. McGuire; John T. Palmer, Mrs. Jack Lestage; Cecil E. Ramey, Jr. ; Joe 
D. Waggonner, Jr. ; Alfred L. Norris ; Hoyt Yokem ; Tracy R. Arnold 

Life Members: Douglas F. Attaway; William Russell Barrow; S. Perry Brown; Mrs. 
Ruth Jones Cadwallader; Dana Dawson, Jr.; James T. Harris; 0. D. Harrison; Mrs. Ed E. 
Hurley; H. L. Johns; Voris King; Mrs. Glenn E. Laskey; Carl F. Lueg, Sr. ; Bentley Sloane; 
J. Robert Welsh; Jack Cooke; Floyd C. Boswell; James N. Patterson; D. A. Raymond, Jr. 

Ex Officio Members: Bishop of Louisiana Area, United Methodist Church; President of 
Centenary College; Wayne Curtis; Ford Williams; Bradley McPherson; Charles Vetter 

Honorary Life Member: D. P. Hamilton 

LAFON HOME (BOARD OF DIRECTORS) : 

1982: Mrs. J. G. Capelton; Alfred Norris; Samuel Walker; Charles Deinken; Donald R. 
Avery; Ernest Arnold 

1983: W. R. London; N. P. Williams; J. P. Woodland; Mrs. Amy Ward; Dr. Marvell W. 
Bracewell; George Alfred 

1984: E. W. Simms; Mrs. Lucinda L. Bynum; Horace Bynum, Sr.; W. A. Davis; Mrs. 
CorineDelaney; Charles C. Teamer; William C. Blakely 

District Superintendent: W. D. Boddie 

Bishop: J. Kenneth Shamblin 

LOUISIANA METHODIST CHILDREN'S HOME (BOARD OF DIRECTORS) : 
Ex Officio Members : 

Resident Bishop of the Louisiana Area, Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin 

District Superintendent of the Ruston District, Rev. Robert Peyton 

President of the Conference of United Methodist Women, Mrs. C. Richard Hoffpanir 

Recording Secretary of the Conference of United Methodist Women, Mrs. Chris Hall 

Pastor, Trinity United Methodist Church, Ruston, Rev. Merlin W. Merrill, Secretary 

Pastor, Grace United Methodist Church, Ruston, Rev. James Humphreys 

1982: W. A. J. Lewis; Rev. Robert F. Harrington; Lucius D. McGehee; Roy C. Windsor, 

Jr. ; A. M. Moody, Sr. 
1983: Dr. Paul M. Davis, Jr.; George Holstead; Jimmy Love; Mrs. Edward Carruth; Rev. 

Kirby Vining. 
1984: Mrs. J. J. Hinton; Mrs. Robert McGehee; Welton Brumfield; R. C. Croom; R. E. 

Holladay, III. 
Life Members: Floyd B. James; Dr. L. Keith Mason; Judge Chris Barnette; Mrs. G. E. 

Laskey 



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THE METHODIST HOME HOSPITAL (BOARD OF DIRECTORS) : 

Superintendent: Rev. William P. Fraser 

Ex Officio Board Members: Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin; W. D. Boddie; Wm. C. Blakely 

BOARD MEMBERS: John Tubb; Dana Dawson; Jones S. Davis; J. Phil Woodland; 
Collins Lipscomb; Louise Martin Lazard; Fred O. Shirley; Arthur M. Baker; Sharyn 
Slaughter; Jack Warren; Daniel W. Tohline; Kirby A. Vining; B. A. Galloway; Mrs. Inez W. 
Chrisentery; A. J. Ganier; Leslie P. Norris; James Johnson; Jack Cooke; F. M. Grayson; 
Charles McHale; Jackie Bartlett; Clyde Frazier; Matt Kawaski; James Kilpa trick; Stan 
Maher; Ann Hearn; Pat Long; William P. Scott; 0. P. Pearson; Maurice Bauer; James 
Poole; Ross Downing; Roger Lathan; William J. Long. 

PENDLETON MEMORIAL METHODIST HOSPITAL, NEW ORLEANS (BOARD OF 
DIRECTORS): 

1981: Elmo S. Koschel; Mrs. Margaret B. Manis; Charles E. McHale, Jr.; Michael H. 
O'Keefe; M. Kenneth Schor; Bingham C. Stewart; Ray H. Triplett, Mrs. Edward Bopp; 
Kenneth P. Timmons 

1982: Sherwood A. Cuyler ; Mrs. Marian Eggerton; Alfred F. Hanson; Dr. Homer L. Hitt; 
Rev. John B. Koelemay; Mrs. Pendleton E. Lehde; Ambrose J. Pratt, M. D.; Jack T. 
Styron; Earl Jackson 

1983: Charles 01 Backstrom, Jr.; Willis A. Baker; Fred H. Cathey; Thomas L. Giraud; 
Dr. Elton Harrison; Norwood N. Hingle, Jr.; Frank P. Incaprea, M.D.; Paul F. Naccari, 
Jr. ; Dr. Erica Singleton; Don Rowland 

Honorary: Mrs. C. N. Cadwallader; Edward H. Lennox; George Williams 

Ex Officio: Lee Lawrence; Dr. W. D. Boddie; Mrs. Edward Phillips; H. L. Colcolough, 
M.D. ; Rev. Wm. C. Blakely; Dr. W. D. Boddie; Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin 

PEOPLES COMMUNITY CENTER (BOARD OF DIRECTORS) : 

1982-83: Mrs. Millie Charles; Mrs. Amy Ward; Mrs. Nannie Erving; James Singleton; 
James Gayle; Nathaniel Williams; James Evans; Avery Alexander; Mrs. Naomi 
Duvernay ; Mrs. Ella V. Williams; N. P. Perry 

1983-84: Ernest Arnold; Alfred Norris; Darcie Martin; Ronald Johnson; Mrs. Carolyn 
Darby; James Fort; Abraham E. Davis; Wadsworth Davis; George Alfred; Mrs. Mirian 
Kirk Woolfork 

1984-85: Velma Arnold, Eleanor Bingham, Miss J. Vernita Booker, E. Mae Calvin, Samuel 
Johnson, Charles Kilbert, Roger Lathan, Ms. Australia Lawrence, Sale T. Lilly, Lawrence 
Miller, Miss Audrey Scott 

Ex Officio Members : 

The Resident Bishop: J. Kenneth Shamblin 

The District Superintendent: William C. Blakely 

The Louisiana Conference's Board of Global Ministries Representative 

The Conference President of the United Methodist Women: Nell Read 

The Conference Lay Leader: Richard H. Baker 

The Representative of the District Board of Missions: Mrs. Maude P. Harris 

The District President of the United Methodist Women : Mrs. Ruth Carter 

The District Lay Leader: 

Miss Dorothy Chapman, Executive Secretary, Board of Global Ministries, Department of 
Community Centers and Residences 

Representative of the United Methodist Men: Samuel Poplus 

Member Emeritus: Richard W. Calvin 

RETIRED MINISTERS' HOMES BOARD: 

Honorary Lifetime Members: Elizabeth Langford. 

Terms Expiring 1985: Mike John, Jr.; Mrs. A. B. Cochran; Calvin O. Lapuyade; Larry 
Robertson. 

Terms Expiring 1983: Charles F. Bean; Raymond Crofoot; Hale Shadow; Thomas 
Knight. 



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Terms Expiring 1984: James L. Adams; Mrs. Alonzo Campbell; Earl Cefalu, Jr.; 
Garland C. Dean 
Ex Officio: Tracy R. Arnold; L. Deen Thompson 

DIRECTORS & TRUSTEES OF WESLEY FOUNDATIONS: 

United Methodist Ministries in Higher Education at Tulane University (Board of 
Directors): 

Clergy: Rev. Eddie Morgan (83); Rev. Tom Hoover (84); Dr. David Trickett (85); Dr. 
ClydeC.Frazier(86). 

Laypersons: Reid Draff en (83); Mrs. Helen Taylor (84); Dr. Raymond Esthus (85); 
David Glenn (86) 

Faculty Staff: Dr. Donald Moore (83) ; Dr. Janie Beers (84) ; Ms. Alice Maxfield (85) . 

Members-At-Large: Dr. Rosco Reddix (83); Dr. Jane Church (84); Ms. Jeanny Neilson 
(85). 

Students: Jim Simmons; Karen Blankenbaker; Gary Roberts; Barbara Huyett; Kathy 
Bailey; James Pratt 

Ex Officio Members: Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin; Rev. William C. Blakely ; Mrs. Margie 
Mielke; Wadsworth Davis ; Rev. William P. Fraser; and Rev. Robert Wagener 

The Uniting Campus Ministry (LSU Wesley Foundation) (Board of Directors) : 

1985: Ms. Peggy Ingraham, Rev. Willis Dear, Rev. Donald C. Cottrill; Rev. Timothy 
Lawson; Mrs. Mildred G. Caldwell. 

1983: Rev. George Duerson; Mr. T. 0. Perry; Rev. James Stovall; Dr. Otis Wheeler, Rev. 
Donald Avery, Mrs. Chris Hall. 

1984: Robert Soileau; KarlRoider; Rogers Newman; Marilyn Deloach; Clarence Polter 

Ex Officio: Rev. Moses T. Jackson; Rev. J. P. Woodland; Rush Otey 

United Methodist Student Representative: Mr. Ernest Cottrill 

Wesley Campus Ministry (Serving UNO, SUNO & Delgado) (Board of Directors) : 

Ex Officio: Rev. W. D. Boddie, District Superintendent; Murray Cunningham, District 
Lay Leader; Mrs. Marion Eggerton, District UMW President; Member of the Conference 
Commission on Higher Education ; Rev. Carol Susan Winn. 

Elected Laypersons: J. Kevin Brossette, Samuel B. Johnson, Mrs. Grace Johnson; Mrs. 
Frances Menge 

Elected Ministers: Rev. Roger Lathan; Rev. Robert Miller; Rev. George Alfred; Rev. 
James 0. Evans. 

Students: Myrtle Hawkins (SUNO) ; Sheryl Stafford (UNO) ; Anita Bowers, Terry Morris, 
David Wilkins, Gil Tompkins 

Faculty — Staff — Administration: Dr. James Ellis (UNO); Mrs. Frances Moore 
(SUNO); Carol Hopson. 

At-Large Members: Rev. Joseph A. Tilly, John L. Hantel 

Wesley Foundation — Louisiana Tech University (Board of Directors) : 
Rev. Robert L. Peyton, Dr. Merlin W. Merrill, Rev. James H. Humphreys, Rev. Frank 
Jones, Mrs. Philip Rice; Dr. James D. Green; Mrs. Glenn E. Laskey ; R. D. Madden; W. B. 
Lewis; W. H. Funderburk; J. P. Nelson; James C. Love, III; Mrs. Wesley 0. Lynch, Jr.; 
Mrs. F. C. Haley, Milton Futrell, Mrs. William Sheridan, Dr. Phillip F. Rice, Mrs. Mae 
Moon; Archie W. Craig, Dr. Winston Hackbarth; Miss Annis Cawthon; Morgan D. Peoples, 
C. W. Colvin; Dr. James D. Spencer, Albert R. Walker, Jr., Dr. Robert A. Jones, Mrs. Perry 
J. Lowe, Ms. Albert R. Walker, Jr., Dr. Robert M. Caruthers, Rev. William M. Stokes, Jr., 
Mrs. Richard McFaddin 

Wesley Foundation at McNeese State University: (Board of Directors) : Ben Mount, Rev. 
Ted Standley, Charlyne Wyche, Curtis Nelson, Leta Autrey, Dorothy Carter, William Ford, 
Jim Beck, Will Godwin, George Perello 



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Church Representatives: Mrs. Susan Watts, Mrs. Sandra Jones, Mrs. Melany Hendricks, 
Jay Sarver, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Ms. Frances Terry, Mrs. Keith Nelson, Vivian McFarlan, 
Harley Buchhaus, Russell Stockwell, James Moore, Jay Soileau, Frances Seiley, Hardy 
Stone, Elizabeth Miller, Charles Allen, Eloi Primeaux, Mr. & Mrs. Glen Raines, Jim 
McNeilly, Richard Morgan, Nelda Wilkes, Margaret Hahn, Margie Sutton, Sylvia Parsons, 
Joyce Toney, Cheryl Caraway, Joe Smith, James Watts, Willard Hohnstein, Ben Lewis, 
William Lyford, Deborah Jones, Truman Ellis, Mrs. Annie Pennington, Martha Lehman, 
Dot Barron, C. W. Berry Jr., Mrs. Kenneth O'Neal, Pearl Davis, Herbert Bucklin, Barbara 
Hoffpauir, Boyd Sockrider, Coleen Turner, Jeannie Bowden, Mr. & Mrs. Charles 
Newcomer, Paula Fontenot, Linda Clayton, Mrs. Martha Victor, Ricky Duhon, Mrs. Gene 
Craft 
Faculty Representatives: James Batchelor, Brantley Cagle 
Pastoral Representatives : Rev. Ted Standley, Rev. James Jones, Rev. Bill Rowell 
Student Representatives: Stephanie Greene; Peggy Hall; Frances Smith 
Director: Vera G. Coe 
District Superintendent: Rev. Jack Cooke 

Wesley Foundation — Northeast Louisiana University (Board of Directors) : 

Dr. Charles H. Johnson (83) ; Mrs. Winston May (83) ; Mrs. Joe King (83); Mr. Malcolm 
Bass (83) ; Mr. W. A. Medlock (83) ; Mrs. Ken Bowman (85) ; Mr. John S. Barr, III (85) ; Mrs. 
W. A. Medlock (85) ; Dr. Harvey Hale (85) ; Mrs. Fred Fulton (85) ; Dr. Carolyn Minder (84) ; 
Ms. Diane Smith (84) ; Ms. Marion Herzog (84) ; Paul Smith (84) ; Bill Turnbaugh (84) ; Rev. 
J. R. Scott-Welch; Rev. Larry O'DeH (82); Rev. Wm. Peeples (82); Rev. Tony Cumella 
(83) ; Mr. Robt. G. Ward (82) ; Mr. Robt. G. Ward (83) ; 8 students to be named later. 

Ex Officio Members : 

District Superintendent — Monroe; District Youth Coordinator; Minister — Memorial 
United Methodist Church; Minister — First UMC; Minister — St. Paul's, Monroe; NLU 
Campus Minister; Dist. Lay Leader — Monroe; Ministerial Member — Board of Higher 
Education; Minister — St. James UMC, Monroe; Minister — First UMC — West Monroe; 
Dist. Pres. — United Methodist Women; Dist. Pres. — United Methodist Men 

Trustees: Haynes Harkey, Jr. (83), Wm. Gannaway (83), Ronnie Shelby (85), Richard 
Ballard, Jr. (85), Dr. J. Wm. Smith, Jr. (84), H. B. Cruthirds (84) 

Officers: 1981-82: Mrs. Gloria Bennett, Mr. Wm. Gannaway, Dr. J. Wm. Smith, Jr., Mr. 
Richard Ballard; Rev. Robert L. Burgess 

Wesley Foundation at Northwestern State University (Board of Directors) : 

1982: Kenneth R. Reed, Marie Mathison, Douglas Hammons, T. Burt Boone, Ivan 
Bearden, Marilyn Lawson, John Bradley, Robert Nash, Edward Anders 

1983: Jay Hix; Marion Nesom; Kathy Rhodes; Ed Thomas; Ed Boyd; Tracy Arnold; 
Shelby Graham; John Taylor; John Tubb; Terry Brown 

1984: Joy Dietzel; Randy Nichols; Charles Humphreys; Robert Breedlove; Burton 
Weaver; Lylln Guth; David Dietzel; Fredric Bosarge; Stan Chadick, Roy Garrett. 

Ex Officio Members: District Superintendent; Alexandria, District Superintendent: 
Shreveport, Pastor, First Church Natchitoches, Pastor, Asbury Church Natchitoches, 
Wesley Foundation Campus Minister Student Officers, Shreveport/ Alexandria Commission 
on Higher Education Members 

The Wesley Foundation, Southeastern Louisiana University (Board of Directors) : 

Faculty: Landon Greaves, Ed Nelson, Martha Seaward, William Norton, Carol Bass, 
John Keller, Pat Settoon, Brian Schisler, Bob Butler, Ed Nelson, Martha Seaward, George 
Hess 

Members at Large: Bob Potter, Mark Solomon, George Duerson; Pleasant Sibley; Bill 
Clifton ; Jack Payne ; Gene Finnell ; Bob Burgess 

Student Members: Donna Sibley, Eric Greiner, Debbie Westall, Jennefer Drago, 
Marshall Parks, Amy Stafford, Laura Pope, Denise Bradford, Tom Williams 



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Supporting Communion: Mel Falgaust 

Ex Officio Members: Nick Saladino, Robert Ciruti, Nick Saladino, Tom Matheny, Ken 
Jacocks, Angus Carruth, Jim Wilcox 

Trustees: Lokey Faller, Marjorie Miller, Katie Wainwright, Tom Matheny, Nick 
Saladino, Dorothy Lavigne, Sam Clay, Barbara McKaskle, Jim Rude 

Wesley Foundation, Southern University (Board of Directors) : 

Rev. Wilbert C. August; Rev. George W. C. Calvin; Mrs. Inez Chrisentary; Dr. Matthew 
Crawford; Dr. Ralph Dreger; Dr. L. L. Haynes; Mrs. Lois Heath; Mrs. I. M. Herson; Mr. 
Fred McCord; Mr. Shelby McKenzie; Dr. Leon Netterville; Dr. Rogers J. Newman; Rev. 
Rush Otey; Mrs. Helen Poydras; Mr. Charles Watts; Rev. J. P. Woodland; Sharon 
Montague 

Ex Officio: Dist. Supt. Baton Rouge — Lafayette, Dist. Supt. of Baton Rouge-Hammond, 
Rev. Freida Brown 

Wesley Foundation, University of Southwestern Louisiana (Board of Directors) : 

1983: Mrs. Kathryne Dreher, Rev. Robert Crichlow, Rev. Larry Robertson, Rev. Al 
Thompson 

1984: Lloyd Roeling, John Ferstel, Mrs. Willanna James, Dr. Jody Kelly 

1985: Donnaud B. Williams, Rev. Eddie Francis, Rev. Wm. McCutcheon; Mrs. Pat 
Bennett 

1986: Dr. Jana Rudolph, Dr. Forrest Byrd, Rev. Luther Minor, Mr. Jerry Dunaway 

Ex Officio Board Members : 

Superintendent, Baton Rouge-Lafayette District, UMW President, Baton Rouge- 
Lafayette District, Director, Wesley Foundation U.S.L., Pastors and UMW Representatives 
of the following churches : Asbury UMC, Lafayette, First UMC, Lafayette, Church of the 
Covenant, Lafayette, Davidson Memorial UMC, Lafayette, Mallalieu UMC, Lafayette, 
President of Student Council, Two student representatives 

F. OTHER REPRESENTATIVES & OFFICERS 

LAMECO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION : 

Daniel W. Tohline, President; David Thomas, Vice President; Rebecca Stovall, 
Secretary; Harold Longfellow, Treasurer; Lewis Bettinger, Jr., Bill Causey, Don Emler, 
James Matthews and Warren White, members 



LOUISIANA CONFERENCE UNITED METHODIST WOMEN 

1980 Executive Committee 

CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

President Mrs. Cecil Read (Nell) 

P.O. Box 71, Farmerville, 71241 (318-368-3226) 

Vice President Mrs. Walter H. Brock (Helen) 

3744 Ridgetop Drive, Baton Rouge, 70809 (504-293-4296) 

Secretary Mrs. Sidney B. Evans, Jr. (Evelyn) 

100 St. Clair St., Natchitoches, 71457 (318-352-7123) 

Treasurer Mrs. Leo Hoffpauir (Shirley) 

Rt. 8, Box 1549, Lake Charles, 70605 (318-477-6592) 
Mission Coordinators for: 

Christian Personhood Mrs. Ola B. Fisher 

P.O. Box 686, Clinton, 70722 (504-683-8270) 

Christian Global Concerns Mrs. J. Woodrow Hearn (Anne) 

3857 N. Bluebonnet Dr., Baton Rouge, 70809 (504-293-5058) 






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Christian Social Involvement Mrs. T. J. Butler, Sr. ( Johnnye) 

724 18th Ave., Franklinton, 70438 (504-839-2184) 

Supportive Community Mrs. A. J. Palazzo (Lottie) 

2221 Elizabeth St., Metairie, 70003 (504-887-3958) 

Secretary of Program Resources Ms. Sara Fugler 

P.O. Box 144, Greensburg, 70441 (504-222-4250) 

Chairperson, Committee on Membership Mrs. Chris Hall (Fran) 

1641 Avondale Dr., Baton Rouge, 70808 (504-926-3969) 

Chairperson, Committee on Nominations Mrs. J. R. Sandel (Irene) 

4227 Aspen Ct., Pineville, 71360 (318-640-2198) 

OTHER MEMBERS 

Historian Mrs. Jack Winegeart (Norma) 

161 Lee Ave., DeRidder, 70634 (318-463-8915) 
Chairperson Committee on Constitution, Bylaws, and 

Standing Rules Mrs. Richard Hoffpauir (Janet) 

924 Harvey, Natchitoches 71457 (318-352-3905) 

Dean, School of Christian Mission Mrs. Wayne Bryan (Margaret) 

Rt. 2, Box 250D, Shreveport, 71129 (318-686-6576) 
Chairperson, Commission on the Status 

and Role of Women Mrs. W. A. Powell (Betty) 

Rev. Marie O. Williams 

Editor/Public Relations Dr. Nancy Carruth 

P.O. Box 267, Bunkie, 71322 

Women's Division Member Mrs. Robert Compton (Mary Adele) 

Rt. 1, Box 202, Jennings, 70546 

Chairperson, Annual Meeting Program Task Group Mrs. Richard Hoffpauir 

Chairperson, Committee on Implementation of Charter 

for Racial Justice Policies Mrs. Truman L. Ward (Amy) 

500 Walker St., New Orleans, 70124 (504-282-3224) 

Chairperson, Committee on Legislative Concerns Mrs. Marielouise Alexander 

5637 Matthews St., Baton Rouge, 70812 (504-357-3623) 

Chairperson, 1983 Retreat Mrs. Robert Eggerton (Marian) 

2468 Lake Oaks Pkwy., New Orleans, 70122 (504-282-2365) 

Honorary Vice President Mrs. J. Kenneth Shamblin (Virginia) 

1925 W. Magna Carta PL, Baton Rouge, 70815 (504-924-2751) 

LOUISIANA INTERCHURCH CONFERENCE REPRESENTATIVES: 

Clerical: Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin; L. Ray Branton; J. J. Caraway; Paul Carroll; 
Jack Coke; Donald Cottrill; Tom Dunbar; James Evans; B. A. Galloway; J. Woodrow 
Hearn; Jerry James; Douglas L. McGuire; Harvey Williamson; Roy Mouser; Dwight 
Ramsey; Kirby Vining; Samuel Walker; Robert L. Peyton 

Clerical Alternates: Alonzo Campbell; Steve Caraway; Paul Carter; Charles B. 
Simmons; John Hamilton; L. L. Haynes; Ray Holt; Robert Miller 

Lay: Mrs. Emma Bibbons; Mrs. Ella Mae Custer; Wadsworth Davis; Mrs. Estelle 
Dameron; Mrs. Clarice Flurry; Mrs. Kathryn Higgins; Mrs. Janet Hoffpauir; Mrs. Albert 
Holmes; Fred Jackson; O. W. Marrs; Thomas H. Matheny; Ray Mcintosh; Mrs. Clytie 
Perry; Charles Watts; Rep. L. C. DCOM; Youth; Young Adult 

Lay Reserves: Ernest Arnold; Mrs. Walter Brock; Andrew Demery; Edmund Harris; 
Wilbur Lewis; Mrs. Howard Milo; Mrs. Lottie Palazzo; Mrs. Paul White 
CABINET NOMINATIONS: 

Chancellor: W. Davis Cotton 

First Associate Chancellor: D. Ryan Sartor, Jr. 

Second Associate Chancellor: John Coleman 



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Third Associate Chancellor: Thomas A. Harrell 

Gulfside Association: Trustees: Alfred L. Norris, William R. London, Thomas H. 
Matheny 
St. Paul School of Theology Trustee: J. Woodrow Hearn 
Mt. Sequoyah Assembly Trustee: Kenneth G. Rorie 
Lydia Patterson Institute: Trustees: Harvey G. Williamson, Paul White 
Secretary of the Annual Conference: Byrl Moreland 

TRUSTEES FOR UNITED METHODIST FOUNDATION: 
Terms to Expire 1984: 

Jones S. Davis, P.O. Box 14026, Baton Rouge, 70808 
D. L. Dykes, Head of Texas Street, Shreveport, 71101 
Benedict A. Galloway, 915 Tenth St., Lake Charles, 70601 
Wayne Gilmore, P.O. Drawer 72, Opelousas, 70570 
Haynes L. Harkey, Jr., P.O. Drawer 1791, Monroe, 71201 
Roane E. Hathorn, P.O. Box 263, Pineville, 71360 
J. Woodrow Hearn, P.O. Box 1349, Baton Rouge, 70821 
G. W. James, Jr., P.O. Drawer 0, Ruston, 71270 
Leslie McKenzie, P.O. Box 64847, Baton Rouge, 70806 
Bobbie B. Crump, Sr., P.O. Box 15080, Baton Rouge, 70895 
Thomas A. Harrell, 3830 Jolly Dr., Baton Rouge, 70808 
Paul D. White, 700 Windemere, Alexandria, 71301 
Terms to Expire 1985 : 

Dr. Nancy M. Carruth, P.O. Box 267, Bunkie, 71322 
Mrs. Howard B. Carter, 701 Helen, Lake Charles, 70601 
James L. Cathey, Jr., 2502 Benton Road, Bossier City, 71111 
Douglas L. McGuire, P.O. Box 6018, Monroe, 71203 
C. A. Marvin, 6th Floor, Caddo Parish Courthouse, Shreveport, 71101 
Thomas H. Matheny, P.O. Box 221, Hammond, 70401 
Merlin W. Merrill, P.O. Box 1383, Ruston, 71270 
George D. Nelson, 214 Milam St., Shreveport, 71161 
Jack Paris, 107 Canterbury, Lafayette, 70503 
Shelby L. Smith, P.O. Box 95, Shreveport, 71161 
John Wagnon, P.O. Box 31, Alexandria, 71301 
J. Hugh Watson, P.O. Box 1116, Shreveport, 71154 
Nathaniel P. Williams, 219 South Miro, New Orleans, 70119 
Harvey G. Williamson, 839 Monrovia, Shreveport, 71106 
Terms to Expire 1983 : 

Dr. W. D. Boddie, 1114 American Bank Bldg., 200 Carondelet St., New Orleans, 70130 
Dr. Henry C. Blount, Jr., 10230 Mollylea, Baton Rouge, 70815 
T. J. Butler, 724 18th Ave. , Franklinton, 70438 
Luther Jordan, P.O. Box 1511, Baton Rouge, 70062 
John E. Coleman, Jr., P.O. Box 592, Franklin, 70538 
Dr. John Cooksey, 2110 Maywood Drive, Monroe, 71201 
Judge W. D. Cotton, Box 857, Rayville, 71269 
Dr. Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., 1421 Constantinople, New Orleans, 70115 
Ferdinand Grayson, 203 West William David Parkway, Metairie, 70005 
Mrs. Ralph Johnson, 1413 Blankenship Dr., DeRidder, 70634 
Mrs. Glenn Laskey, 710 North Vienna, Ruston, 71270 
Max Pace, 7556 Boyce Dr., Baton Rouge 
Andrew Weir, 4400 Senac, Metairie, 70003 
Ex Officio: Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, 70821 

ELECTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS TO JURISDICTIONAL BOARDS AND AGENCIES: 
Jurisdictional Council on Ministries : Harvey G. Williamson ; Jack Paris. 



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Jurisdictional Council on Finance & Administration: J. J. Caraway 
Board of Directors, United Methodist Reporter: W. Dwight Ramsey 

OTHER: 

United Methodist Representative to the Consultation on Church Union: Robert F. 
Harrington 



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LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 65 

III. Daily Proceedings 

Regular Session 

Monday, June 7, 1982 

First United Methodist Church, Shreveport 

Afternoon Session — 2 : 30 

Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin called the twelfth session of the Louisiana Annual 
Conference to order. Hymn No. 336, "And Are We Yet Alive," was sung, and Bishop 
Shamblin led the Conference in a responsive prayer, No. 743 in the Hymnal, entitled "For 
The Church." 

BAR OF THE CONFERENCE AND AGENDA: Dr. Harvey G. Williamson, Dean of the 
Cabinet, made a motion that the lower floor of the sanctuary of First United Methodist 
Church and the bottom floor of the Physical Education Building at Centenary College be the 
bar of the Conference; and that the Bishop be authorized to make such changes in the 
agenda as were necessary to complete the business of the Conference. The motion was 
seconded and adopted. Dr. Williamson also made a motion that on Wednesday, June 9th, an 
Order of the Day be established for 10:45 a.m. to hear a report of the proposed television 
ministry. The motion was adopted. 

PASSAGE OF CHARACTER OF MINISTERS: Dr. Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., Chairperson of 
the Committee on Conference Relations reported that the superintendents had been 
consulted and that there were no charges against the life or administration of any minister 
of the Conference. The report was adopted by the Conference. 

WORDS OF WELCOME: Dr. D. L. Dykes, Jr., host Pastor of First United Methodist 
Church, Shreveport, and Dr. James W. Moore, Associate Minister, brought greetings to the 
members of the Conference. After several announcements the afternoon session was 
recessed to prepare for the service of Commemoration and Holy Communion. 

SERVICE OF COMMEMORATION AND HOLY COMMUNION: The Service of 
Commemoration and Holy Communion was held with Dr. Byrl J. Moreland as liturgist, 
Rev. George W. C. Calvin as preacher, and Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin as celebrant. The 
Chancel Choir of Broadmoor United Methodist Church, Baton Rouge, provided special 
music. The Roll of Remembrance was read by Rev. William I. Eubanks, Assistant 
Conference Secretary. (The Honored Dead are listed in Section VII of the Journal) . Elders 
of the Conference assisted Bishop Shamblin in the distribution of the elements of the Holy 
Communion. Following the Service, the Conference was adjourned until the evening 
session. 



Evening Session 

First United Methodist Church, Shreveport 

7:30 p.m. — June 7, 1982 

The Chancel Choir from Munholland United Methodist Church, Metairie, presented a 
concert before the Evening Worship Service. The director was Mr. Dennis Assaf . 

EVENING WORSHIP: Bishop Benjamin R. Oliphint and Dr. Thomas H. Matheny were 
speakers for the evening worship service. The music was provided by the Chancel Choir of 
Munholland United Methodist Church, Metairie. Rev. Kirby A. Vining was the liturgist; the 
scripture was read by Mr. M. E. Taylor; the prayer was given by Mr. Jack Dew; and Mrs. 
Elizabeth McGowan led the Litany of Praise. Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin presented the 
speakers to the Conference and expressed appreciation to Dr. Thomas H. Matheny for the 17 
years he served as Conference Lay Leader. Following the worship service, a reception was 
held in honor of Dr. Matheny. He was presented with a scroll of appreciation from the 
Conference by the Dean of the Cabinet, Dr. Harvey G. Williamson. Dr. Donald Webb, 
President of Centenary College, announced that a scholarship had been given to Centenary 
College which will be named the Tom Matheny Scholarship. 



66 LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



Second Day 
Tuesday, June 8, 1982 — 8:30 a.m. 

WORSHIP: The sermon was offered by Rev. Freida Brown. Rev. Ameal Ennis; Dr. L. L. 
Haynes, Jr. ; and Dr. Stone W. Caraway assisted. 

WORD OF WELCOME: Dr. Donald A. Webb, President of Centenary College, welcomed 
members of the Annual Conference on behalf of the college. 

SPECIAL PRIVILEGE: Rev. Kirby A. Vining, Superintendent of the Baton Rouge- 
Hammond District, reported that Rev. J. Henry Bowdon, Jr., had surgery in Our Lady of 
the Lake Hospital in Baton Rouge; and that Rev. Clarence Hillard was recovering from an 
illness. Rev. Vining requested that the Conference keep both ministers in their thoughts and 
that the secretary send greetings to them. Rev. Moses T. Jackson, Sr., Superintendent of the 
Baton Rouge-Lafayette District, reported that Rev. R. R. Branton was recovering from 
surgery, and requested that greetings also be sent to him. The Conference directed that this 
be done. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON NOMINATIONS: Dr. Jack Cooke, Secretary of the 
Committee on Nominations, presented the report of the Committee to the Conference and it 
was adopted; all who were nominated were elected. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF GLOBAL MINISTRIES: The report was led by Dr. L. Ray 
Branton. Mr. Barry Hopkins, Lay Leader of St. Andrew's UMC in Baton Rouge, and Rev. 
Fred Wideman, Pastor, made a presentation concerning the new church which was begun in 
Southeast Baton Rouge since the last Conference session. Dr. Branton spoke about the 
urgent need for Church Extension. Rev. Christopher Andrews reported for the Hunger Task 
Force on the Louisiana Conference Hunger Advance Project (FISH). He also discussed a 
proposal for a Bishop's Conference on Hunger and World Development, and announced the 
Hunger Banquet to be held during the Conference session. Dr. Samuel W. Walker announced 
that Lafon Home had received funding in full from UDAG, in the amount of $400,000, and 
that $1,217,700 had been committed by the Federal Housing Administration. A member of 
the Lafon Board, Mrs. Lucinda L. Bynum, told the Conference that the Board felt it was 
within $88,000 to meet the full amount for the first year's operation. Rev. John Winn 
reported that this will be the 50th Anniversary of Dulac Community Center. Mr. Roy 
Parfait, from Dulac Community Center, made a special presentation to Bishop Shamblin, 
and Mr. Winn introduced Jonathan Peachee, from the Center. Rev. William R. London, Jr., 
reported for Peoples' Community Center and the Metropolitan Ministries Program. Rev. 
James L. Adams gave the report of the Retired Ministers Homes Board. He paid tribute to 
Rev. James B. Grambling, whose dream and planning initiated the program within the 
Conference. Rev. Adams then made a motion that members of the Conference send a note of 
sympathy to the Gambling family. The motion was adopted. Rev. Kenneth M. Fisher 
requested that the Board of Global Ministries include a paragraph in their report that would 
list places local churches seeking financial aid might turn for help. Dr. Branton replied that 
the Board would be happy to provide that assistance. The entire report of the Board of 
Global Ministries was adopted with appreciation. 

COMMISSION ON EQUITABLE SALARIES: Ira M. Robinson, Chairperson, presented 
the report of the Commission and it was adopted by the Conference. 

COURTESY COMMITTEE: Rev. Grayson B. Watson, Chairperson, presented visitors to 
the Conference. Those who were introduced were Dr. S. Duane Bruce, Executive Secretary 
of the Jurisdictional Council on Ministries, Mr. Dan Louis and Mr. W. H. Strickland from 
United Methodist Reporter. Dr. Harvey G. Williamson, Dean of the Cabinet, and Rev. 
Robert L. Peyton, Secretary, presented Mrs. Virginia Shamblin and Mrs. Nancy Oliphint to 
the Conference and they were greeted. 

RECESS: Following the morning recess, Dr. Stone W. Caraway led the Conference in 
singing "Ask Ye What Great Thing I Know." Mr. Peter Sorant was the organist. Bishop 
Shamblin introduced Mr. Lee Lawrence, President of Pendleton Memorial Methodist 
Hospital to the Conference. Mr. Lawrence paid tribute to Rev. John B. Koelemay, who 
received a standing vote of appreciation from members of the Conference. Mr. Lawrence 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 67 

announced that the Chapel of the Hospital has been named in honor of John and Helen 
Koelemay. 

MINISTERS EMERGENCY FUND: Rev. Robert L. Peyton, Secretary of the Cabinet, 
reported for the Ministers Emergency Fund. It was noted that more money was paid out 
during the year than received. The report was adopted. 

REPORT OF THE RULES COMMITTEE : Two proposals were offered by the Committee 
on the Rules, under the leadership of Rev. Lonnie M. Sibley. The first would add a new rule, 
No. 23, entitled "calendar." It would attempt to coordinate the Conference calendar so that 
no event could be held unless it had been cleared through the CCOM Executive Committee 
at least six months prior to the event. Provision was made for a two-thirds vote of the 
Executive Committee in case of unusual circumstances. The Conference considered the 
rule change and it was adopted. The second proposal would allow resolutions presented to 
the Committee on Resolutions to be referred to the proper Conference agency for study. The 
agency would then either include the resolution in its report or refer it back to the 
Committee on Review and Resolutions for consideration before presentation to the Annual 
Conference. This change would affect Rule No. 9. It was considered and adopted by 
members of the Annual Conference. 

REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AFFAIRS: Dr. J. J. Caraway gave the 
report to the Conference Statistician and pointed out the membership changes, the increase 
in the value of church property, the increase for ministerial support, and of current 
expenses. He also made some necessary editorial corrections in the report. Dr. Caraway 
then turned to the treasurer's report as it was recorded in the Pre-Conference Reports. Both 
reports were accepted by the Conference with appreciation. 

COUNCIL ON FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION: The Chairperson of the Council, Dr. 
J. W. Hearn, led members of the Conference through Reports No. 1, 2, and 3; making the 
necessary editorial changes. All of the reports were adopted by the Conference. Dr. Hearn 
paid tribute to Dr. W. Odell Simmons and Dr. Kenneth R. Reed who were leaving the 
Council because of their new appointments; he also paid tribute to Rev. John B. Koelemay, 
who is retiring at the Annual Conference. It was noted that Rev. Koelemay had done all of 
the local church apportionments on a manual calculator before the days of computers. Dr. 
Hearn then made a report for the Task Force to study the Campus Ministry Programs. The 
report was for information of members of the Conference and included five items that the 
study committee had lifted up and the way each had been handled. Dr. Hearn reported that 
a full report will be brought to the Annual Conference when the study and all the 
recommendations have been completed. 

BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY: The report of the Board was led by Rev. James 0. 
Evans, Chairperson. Mrs. Dorothy Mae Taylor gave the report of the Work Area on General 
Welfare. Rev. Mickey D. Stringfield led the report of the Committee on Human Relations. 
He pointed out a number of editorial changes which were given to the Conference in printed 
form. Rev. Paul Durbin requested that the report be considered ad seriatim. The 
Chairperson suggested that the Conference work first on the section which concerned prison 
reform. Rev. M. Eugene Finnell made a motion to amend the section by eliminating the 
second sentence of the amended statement, which read, "we would like to see such a 
program developed for all prisoners except hardened criminals." Rev. James McLelland 
then made a substitute motion to amend the paragraph by removing the period and putting 
the words "and to" between the sentences. The paragraph would then read "we call upon 
our State Legislature to provide adequate funding for community based prisons and to 
develop such a program for all prisoners except hardened criminals." Mr. W. H. Brumfield, 
Jr., made a motion to table the editorial changes concerning prison reform which were on 
the printed copy. The motion carried. Rev. George B. Cunningham then made a motion to 
table all of the supplements which were brought by the Board. The motion carried and only 
the printed material in the Pre-Conference Report was available for consideration. Rev. 
George B. Cunningham then made a motion to amend the third section of the report of the 
Committee on Human Relations so that following the last sentence of the first paragraph the 
words "be overseen and monitored by our government, keeping in mind those ideals that 



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best represent the foundation and continued strength of our nation" be inserted. The motion 
was seconded and Rev. Robert Townsend spoke against it. The amendment was defeated. 
W. H. Brumfield made a motion to strike the words "to provide funding for community 
based prisons that will" so that the sentence in No. II. A. would read "we call upon our State 
Legislature to develop work release programs and job training for prisoners in all but 
hardened convicts." The amendment was accepted by the Board. Rev. James L. Stovall 
made a motion that the sentence, as amended, be changed to read "we support community 
based programs." The motion was adopted and No. II. A. reads "we reaffirm the need for 
legislative action in providing laws and funding to assure improvement of prison conditions 
in Louisiana. We support community based programs." Bill Allison and Rev. Rick Seals 
spoke to the amendment; it was adopted by the Conference. Rev. Kenneth Fisher made a 
motion that a letter be sent to the Congress of the United States urging that greater effort be 
sought in alleviating the suffering of the Haitian refugee situation in our country. The 
motion was seconded and adopted. Carol Edler made a motion that section IV. (2) be 
amended to add the words "and other drugs" in two places so that the sentence would read 
"that the Board of Church and Society in conjunction with the Conference Council on 
Ministries join forces with the Interchurch Conference and programs of other 
denominations to develop effective programs to identify the abuse of alcohol and other 
drugs and to educate persons who choose to use alcohol and other drugs about the dangers of 
driving while under the influence." The motion was accepted by the Board and became a 
part of the report. Ms. Edler made a further motion to add a third part to the paragraph that 
would read "(3) that local churches become involved in educating the public as to the 
results of the abuse of drugs as related to automobile accidents. This may be accomplished 
through the alternate view network or other sources." The motion was accepted by the 
Committee and became a part of the report. The entire section was then adopted by the 
Conference. Rev. Willis Dear led the report of the Committee on World Peace With Justice. 
Phillip Holland made a motion that the word "freeze" in Section I. International Concern be 
deleted and replaced with the word "negotiate." The time for adjournment having come, 
announcements were made and Bishop Benjamin R. Oliphint dismissed the morning 
Session with a prayer. 



Afternoon Session 
Tuesday, June 8, 1982 — 2:30 p.m. 

The afternoon session was begun by singing the Hymn "Spirit of Faith Come Down." Rev. 
Jack Winegeart led the singing and Peter Sorant was the organist. Dr. Alfred L. Norris led 
the opening prayer. 

CONTINUATION OF THE REPORT OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY: Dr. L. Ray Branton 
spoke against the motion to delete the word "freeze" from the report of the Committee on 
World Peace With Justice. Rev. Paul Durbin, Mr. Truman Ward, Val Redman, and Michael 
Joseph spoke to the motion; and it was not adopted. Rev. Timothy Lawson led the report of 
the Committee on Emerging Social Issues. Rev. Sale Lilly made a motion that the last 
sentence of Section 2 be amended to read "said agency may include the resolution in its 
report or refer it back to the Committee on Review and Resolutions for its consideration 
before presenting it to the Annual Conference." Rev. Lonnie M. Sibley, Chairperson of the 
Committee on Conference Rules, noted that passing the amendment would rescind what 
was done in the Morning Session. Rev. Robert L. Potter made a motion that the Conference 
reconsider Rule No. 9. The motion was seconded and adopted. Rev. James L. Stovall made a 
motion that the Conference accept as a substitute for Rule No. 9, the proposal of the Board of 
Church and Society as amended by Rev. Lilly. The motion was seconded and passed. Rev. 
Lawson then made a motion that the Conference also approve Section 1 and 3 of the report 
and it was done. Rev. James 0. Evans then made a motion that the entire report of the 
Board of Church and Society be adopted by the Conference and the motion carried. 

UNITED METHODIST WOMEN: The report of the United Methodist Women was given 
by Mrs. Nell Read, President. She called attention to the Legislative Training Event held in 



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Baton Rouge and chaired by Marielouise Alexander and the permanent committee created 
by the Conference Mission Team to work out implementation of the Charter of Racial 
Justice Policies. Mrs. Read noted that United Methodist Women sent $257,041.90 to the 
Women's Division during the year. They also gave $364,834.00 in mission to local churches. 
She reported a membership of 13,606 and a very healthy future for United Methodist 
Women. Finally, United Methodist Women made a Special Mission Recognition for Dr. 
Thomas H. Matheny, in honor of his years of unselfish service to his church. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIACONAL MINISTRY: The report was led by Dr. 
Donald Emler. Ms. LuAnn McLaurin, Registrar for the Board, led the Conference as the list 
of approved Diaconal Ministers was accepted by the Conference. Ms. Lura Hunter 
requested a year's leave of absence and it was granted by the Conference. Ms. Shelia 
Elizabeth Nutall requested that she be retired as a Diaconal Minister and this was granted. 
She was presented a Certificate of Recognition by members of the Board. Rev. Robert 
Wagener and Rev. J. D. V. Hamilton presented the report of the Ethnic Minority 
Recruitment Committee. The pilot program has been made ready and it was announced 
that Mrs. Barbara Hamilton had been selected to head the pilot program for the twelve 
cluster churches in the New Orleans area. Ms. Hamilton will attend special courses at 
Southern Methodist University June 14-25 to be certified as an Associate in Christian 
Education. 

REPRESENTATIVES OF SCHOOLS OF THEOLOGY: Dean James Kirby represented 
Perkins School of Theology and reminded members of the Conference that Rev. Linn C. 
Richardson, a member of the Conference, has been named Director of Admissions for the 
School of Theology. Rev. Sharon Howell, Vice President of St. Paul School of Theology spoke 
concerning that institution. She also brought greetings from Dr. Schrumm Burton, who 
recently underwent surgery. Dr. Clarence Snelling, a member of the Conference, 
represented Iliff School of Theology. Dr. Arthur Wainwright spoke for Candler School of 
Theology at Emory University. 

LOUISIANA MORAL AND CIVIC FOUNDATION: Mr. Ken Ward, Director of the 
Foundation, gave the report. He called attention to a special page in the Louisiana United 
Methodist concerning the Foundation, and a brochure published to celebrate the 40th Year 
of the Institution. The J. H. Bowdon, Sr., Preaching Award was presented to Rev. Robert B. 
Crichlow, Sr., in recognition of outstanding preaching on moral issues. 

COMMISSION ON CHRISTIAN UNITY AND INTERRELIGIOUS AFFAIRS: The report 
of the Commission was led by Dr. Lonnie Sibley. It was adopted by members of the 
Conference with appreciation. 

COUNCIL ON MINISTRIES: The President of the Conference Council on Ministries, Mrs. 
Amy Ward, made the report. She emphasized the television ministry which the Council has 
responsibility for directing, the new Legislative Liaison Committee, with Rev. Fred Shirley 
as Chairperson, and the Open House for the new Headquarters Building on June 19th. The 
report of the Council was adopted by the Conference. 

REPORT NO. 1 BOARD OF THE ORDAINED MINISTRY: The Committee on Associate 
Members and Local Pastors was led by Rev. Conrad Edwards. The report dealt with 
questions 21, 22, 24, and 26. These questions concerned persons who have received the 
certificate of candidacy for the ordained ministry, those who have completed the studies for 
license as Local Pastors, but are not now appointed, and Student Lay Pastors. There were 
no persons elected as Associate Members. The report was presented and adopted by a 
separate vote on each category. The report was then adopted as a whole. The names of all 
persons approved by this report may be found in Section IV of the Journal. Dr. Stone W. 
Caraway led the report of the Committee on Continuing Education and led the Conference in 
a discussion of guidelines for continuing education for ministers. He announced that a 
screening committee, chaired by Rev. Dean Thompson and Rev. James Graham, Rev. W. 
O. Lynch, and Rev. Kathy Clark-Dickens has been appointed. Several questions for 
clarification were asked. Then the report was adopted. Dr. Caraway also made an 
announcement about the Pastor's School. Following announcements the Afternoon Session 
of the Conference was adjourned. 



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Evening Session 

First United Methodist Church, Shreveport 

Tuesday, June 8, 1982 — 7:30 p.m. 

The Sanctuary Choir from Bethany United Methodist Church in New Orleans presented a 
concert before the evening worship service. Dr. Barbara Murray was Organist and 
Director. 

EVENING WORSHIP: Bishop Benjamin R. Oliphint, Resident Bishop of the Kansas Area 
was the preacher for the evening service of worship. Music was provided by the Sanctuary 
Choir of Bethany United Methodist Church, New Orleans; Dr. Douglas L. McGuire was the 
liturgist; Dr. Donald Emler read the Scripture and gave the evening prayer. Bishop J. 
Kenneth Shamblin led the Consecration Service for Diaconal Ministers and Ms. Lylln Sue 
Guth was consecrated. 



Third Day 
Wednesday, June 9, 1982 

WORSHIP: The sermon was offered by Rev. Stephen C. Fleming; Rev. Carol S. Winn was 
the liturgist; Rev. John L. Vining led the singing; and Dr. William Teague was the organist. 

COMMITTEE ON THE JOURNAL: Rev. Charles B. Humphreys, Chairperson, reported 
that the Committee on the Journal had examined the minutes of the first day's session and 
that they were in proper order. The report was accepted. 

BOARD OF THE ORDAINED MINISTRY, REPORT NO. 2 — COMMITTEE ON 
CONFERENCE MEMBERSHIP: The Report of the Board of the Ordained Ministry was 
chaired by Dr. Alfred L. Norris. He presented Rev. William D. Peeples, Registrar, who led 
the report, which dealt with probationary membership, Deacon's and Elder's Orders, and 
the class to be received in Full Connection. Each person recommended for election to 
Probationary Membership was elected individually and presented in person to the 
Conference. Persons recommended for Deacon's and Elder's Orders were elected as 
presented by the Committee; and the class for Full Connection answered the disciplinary 
questions and was presented to the Conference. Rev. Peeples then presented the 
Committee's recommendations in response to disciplinary questions No. 27, 28, 29B, 30, 31, 
36, 37, and 38, dealing with continuation on probationary membership, admission from other 
Christian denominations and discontinuation as probationary members. All of the 
recommendations of the Committee were approved as presented. The names of those 
persons and relationships are listed in Section IV. The report of the Committee on Caring 
and Counseling presented their report with an addendum which dealt with medical 
insurance payments for counseling. Rev. Kathy Clark-Dickens made a motion that the first 
sentence "If you are insured through the Conference Insurance Program 80% of $20 of the 
total bill is paid per visit" be changed to read, "If you are insured through the Conference 
Insurance Program, $16 per visit is paid. The motion was accepted by the Committee, and 
the entire report was adopted. Rev. Conrad P. Edwards, Chairperson of the Committee on 
Local Pastors and Associate Members, presented the answers to question 24, and it was 
accepted. 

BOARD OF CHURCH AND SOCIETY: Rev. James O. Evans made a motion that the 
resolution on Capital Punishment be taken from the table. The motion was seconded and the 
Conference voted to remove it. The resolution stated, "We, the delegates to the Louisiana 
Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, join with United Methodists nationwide, 
expressing our opposition to capital punishment through this resolution; the President of 
the Louisiana Annual Conference shall communicate the policy of the United Methodist 
Church on capital punishment to the Governor of the State of Louisiana and to the proper 
committees of the State Legislature; the Legislative Liaison Committee of the Council on 
Ministries shall seek to encourage legislation which will eliminate the death penalty in the 
State of Louisiana ; United Methodist Christians throughout the state are urged to express 
their opposition to capital punishment and to work toward its abolition." Mr. Jim Bullock, 



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Rev. S. W. Seals, Rev. James Richardson and Rev. George Cunningham spoke to the motion 
and it was adopted by the Conference. 

COMMISSION ON CHAPLAINS: Chaplain Paul Durbin presented the chaplains to the 
Annual Conference. They were greeted with a standing ovation by members of the 
Conference. 

RECESS: Rev. Grayson R. Watson, Chairperson of the Committee on Courtesies, 
introduced Dr. Ivan D. Alphonse, President of Lydia Patterson Institute. After recess, Rev. 
John Vining led in singing "I Love To Tell The Story." Mr. Peter Sorant was the organist. 

ORDER OF THE DAY: The Television Ministry Report was directed by Dr. Harvey G. 
Williamson. 50 down-links have been installed in the State, making a network of 
communications for the entire Conference. The first telecast for the network will be at 3:00 
p.m. on June 27th. It will feature a "walk-through" tour of the new Headquarters Building, 
the ribbon cutting and Consecration Ceremonies for the Open House. Beginning August 1, a 
series of Sunday School lessons for adults entitled "The Early Church," with David Dykes 
as the Leader/Narrator of the lessons will be shown. Some projected programs include a 
Lay School of Theology on January 10, 11, and 12, with Dr. John Holbert leading a study of 
the Book of Job. There will be continuing education courses offered ministers in cooperation 
with the Board of the Ordained Ministry. Portions of the 1983 Annual Conference will be 
shown; and a monthly or bi-monthly news report on significant events around the 
Conference with various churches and institutions. Dr. Williamson introduced JoAnn 
Harris, Production Manager for First United Methodist Church, Shreveport and Jack 
Easterwood, Engineer. He also presented the new Associate Director of the Council on 
Ministries, with responsibility for communication, Rev. Dwight Ramsey. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Report No. 1 of the Board of Trustees was given by Dr. B. A. 
Galloway, Chairperson. He also expressed appreciation to Mrs. H. B. Burkhalter, Mr. 
Ferdinand Grayson, and Rev. John Koelemay who are retiring from membership on the 
Board. Dr. Thomas H. Matheny made a special presentation to Mr. W. D. Cotton, who 
retired after 14 years of service as Secretary on the Board. Mr. Cotton had been a member 
of the Board for 29 years. Mr. Matheny presented a plaque and read a resolution in 
appreciation for these years of service. Report No. 1 was adopted as presented. Mr. W. D. 
Cotton gave Reports No. 2 and 3 and they were adopted. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF THE LAITY : Dr. Thomas H. Matheny presented Mr. Cecil 
Bland for the Bob Lay 1000 Club. Mr. Bland reported that during its existence the 1000 Club 
had helped 88 churches, 47 of whom were new, and raised $1,300,000. He presented a $75,000 
check to the members of St. Andrew's United Methodist Church in Baton Rouge. This check 
represented the receipts from all three of the Calls in the past year. Dr. Matheny gave the 
report of the Conference nominating committee and the new officers elected included 
Honorable Richard Baker as Chairperson of The Board of the Laity; others are listed in 
Section II of the Journal. The report, which included the election of these officers, was 
adopted by the Conference. Mr. Matheny presented Richard Baker to the members of the 
Conference and he made a short address. 

MOTION OF SPECIAL PRIVILEGE: Dr. James L. Stovall made a motion that Mrs. 
Richard Baker be greeted by members of the Conference, and she was presented. 

COMMISSION ON RELIGION AND RACE: Dr. Rogers Newman presented the report 
and it was adopted, including the recommendations made by the commission. 

REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES AND HISTORY: The Chairperson of 
the Commission, Mr. Wadsworth Davis, presented a historical marker to the Bethel United 
Methodist Church in the Baton Rouge-Hammond District. Mr. Richard Jones and Rev. 
Tommy R. Bergeron received the marker on behalf of the church. The report of the 
Commission was adopted as printed in the Pre-Conference Report. The chairperson then 
presented Dr. Clyde Frazier, who is the interpreter for Bi-Centennial events, and he 
presented the guidelines for preparation for the 1984 event. Charge Conferences in the fall of 
1982 will be requested to elect a Bi-Centennial Committee for the two-year period. They will 
also be asked to participate in a study program which will prepare them for this event. 

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Institute, El Paso, Texas, made a brief presentation to members of the Conference. 

REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS AND ROLE OF WOMEN: Rev. 
Marie Williams, Co-Chairperson of the Commission, presented the report, along with an 
addendum which was left out of the Pre-Conference Report when it was being prepared. 
Both the report and the addendum were adopted by members of the Conference. 

MOTION FOR ORDER OF THE DAY: Rev. Tracy R. Arnold made motion that 9:05 a.m., 
Thursday, June 10, be set as an Order of the Day to hear the committee on Conference 
relations report. The motion was adopted. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON COURTESIES: Dr. Kenneth Mcintosh, Field 
Representative to the South Central Jurisdiction from the General Board of Global 
Ministries was presented to the Conference and he made a brief statement. Following 
announcements, the session was adjourned until the Afternoon Session. 



Afternoon Session 
Wednesday, June 9, 1982 — 2 : 30 p.m. 

The Afternoon Session was begun by singing the Hymn, "0 God Our Help In Ages Past." 
Rev. Kenneth Fisher led the singing, Mr. Peter Sorant was the organist, and Rev. John B. 
Koelemay gave the opening prayer. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND CAMPUS MINISTRY: The 
Chairperson of the Board, Rev. Brady B. Foreman, led the Conference through the report. 
He recognized the Executive Committee of the Board and introduced the Campus Ministers. 
They were greeted by members of the Conference. Mr. Foreman announced that during the 
past year, 2,737 students and 324 faculty members had been served by these Wesley 
Foundations in the state. That is a total, he said, of 3,061 persons. He urged each local 
church to appoint a Coordinator of Campus Ministry so that the Board could do its work 
more effectively. Dr. Donald A. Webb told the members of the Conference about a Latin 
motto which had been placed on the college seal for the afternoon. It was translated, "we 
are not afraid of swollen sails." He announced that the college had had several years of good 
success: a balanced budget, a full campus (1,292 students were enrolled during the past 
semester), endowment was highest in the college history ($14,500,000), morale of the 
students was high, support of the trustees and morale of the city toward the college 
($1,500,000 for the Great Teacher's Program during the year). Dr. Webb read the list of the 
scholarships that had been received from churches across the state and said that money 
which had been lost from state support had been replaced in the college budget by church 
support. Mrs. Jack LeStage and Rev. Tracy R. Arnold were nominated to the Class of 1983, 
Centenary Trustees. Mr. John David Crow, Donald H. Dugan and Donald Weiss were 
nominated to the Class of 1985. Life Members nominated to the Board were Dr. Jack Cooke, 
Floyd C. Boswell, James N. Patterson, and D. A. Raymond, Jr. All of these persons were 
elected by the Conference. Dr. Webb then presented a painting of Brown Chapel which was 
done by Juan Hooper, to be hung in the Conference Offices in Baton Rouge. Rev. William E. 
Nolan led the Conference in adopting the members of Board of Directors/Trustees for 
Campus Ministry Programs. Rev. Donald Cottrill called attention to a brochure describing 
the work and functions of the Campus Ministry Programs. He also announced a Campus 
Ministry Open House in all of the Wesley Foundations of the State on March 6, 1983. Rev. 
Don Ross discussed United Methodist Student Loan Program. He reminded the Conference 
that while $8,000 was collected in the Student Day offering last November, there are 24 loans 
in Louisiana for $22,000 and 9 scholarships for a total of $5,000. Under current legislation, the 
Board may retain a portion of the Student Day offering for Merit Scholarships. The amount 
allowed this year created 1 $600 scholarship, and it was presented to Mary Louise Jones 
from the Kenner UMC. Ms. Jones will enter Centenary in the fall. Rev. James E. Wilson 
introduced 3 persons to speak about the Campus Ministry program: Phillip Self, a 1982 
graduate of Louisiana Tech, who plans to enter Candler School of Theology this fall, Rev. 
James Mitchell who is presently a student at Iliff, and Dr. Sally Cauthen, a member of the 



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faculty at Northeastern. Dr. Samuel DuBois Cook gave the report for Dillard University, 
and it is included in Section VI of the Journal. On the motion by the chairperson, the entire 
report of the Board was adopted with appreciation. 

PRESENTATION OF UNITED METHODIST ARCHIVES CENTER: Dr. Stanley J. 
Menking from Drew University presented the new United Methodist Archives Center. He 
also gave the Doctor of Ministries degree, on behalf of Drew University, to Dr. John M. Lee, 
Dr. John M. Braden, Dr. Lonnie M. Sibley, and Dr. Kenneth R. Reed. Dr. Henry Blount and 
Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin assisted him in the presentation. 

REPORT OF THE UNITED METHODIST FOUNDATION: Dr. J. J. Caraway, Director 
of the United Methodist Foundation, led the report. Dr. Nancy Carruth presented checks to 
Dr. Samuel W. Walker for $4,850 to the Lafon Home and to Rev. J. P. Woodland, $8,000 for 
Church Extension. The report of the Foundation was adopted with appreciation. 

INTERCHURCH CONFERENCE: Local church ecumenism will be the major emphasis 
of the Louisiana Interchurch Conference during the current year according to Rev. James 
L. Stovall, Director. He called on Dr. J. Woodrow Hearn to make an announcement about a 
delegation from the World Council of Churches who will visit the state before the World 
Council meets in 1983. The report was then adopted by the Conference. 

MOTION TO LIMIT DEBATE: Dr. Douglas L. McGuire made a motion that for the rest of 
the Afternoon Session there be no more than two speeches for and two speeches against each 
motion, and that debate be limited to 3 minutes per speaker. The motion was adopted. Rev. 
Tracy R. Arnold made a motion to extend the time of adjournment to 5:30 p.m. The motion 
was seconded and adopted by the Conference. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS: Rev. Sale T. Lilly, Chairperson of 
the Committee led the report. The Secretary, Mr. Ed Gulley, presented Resolution No. I. 
The resolution, which set policy about the kinds of displays allowed at a Conference session, 
was adopted. Resolution No. II would call the church to support the teaching of scientific 
creation in the public schools. Dr. L. Ray Branton made a motion that this resolution be 
tabled. The motion was seconded and adopted. Resolution No. III. was a statement 
affirming the Address of the President of the United States at Eureka College, and would 
move in the direction of reducing the threat of Nuclear War. Phillip Holland spoke against 
the report. Rev. Steve Caraway made a motion that the resolution be tabled. The motion 
was seconded but did not prevail. Rev. James L. Stovall made a motion to refer the 
resolution to the section on World Peace of the Board of Church and Society. The motion was 
seconded. Mr. Moser from Broadmoor UMC in Baton Rouge and Rev. Mark Meier spoke to 
the motion. It did not prevail. The resolution, in its original form, was adopted. Rev. Sale T. 
Lilly presented Resolution No. IV. to the Conference. When the President of the Conference 
ruled that the resolution was a statement and not a resolution, Rev. Robert Bengtson made 
the following motion, "Therefore, be it resolved that the Louisiana Annual Conference of the 
United Methodist Church requests of its delegates to the National Council of Churches and 
the World Council of Churches that they maintain in their possession, for distribution to 
interested local United Methodist congregations, complete records of distributions made of 
funds contributed by United Methodist sources to all programs, organizations, and purposes 
by the National Council of Churches and the World Council of Churches agencies, thus 
clearing channels of agency to a tax for those honestly concerned to obtain the facts in such 
matters." Dr. Lonnie Sibley spoke against the motion, but it was adopted by the Conference. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF PENSIONS: Rev. Tracy R. Arnold made editorial 
corrections in the report, and then Section A, B, and C, were adopted. Rev. Robert L. Potter 
made an addition for the Committee on Hospitalization which would add a sentence to 
Section D. 6. C, and would read "the Conference Board of Pensions will pay % of the HMEP 
premium for each surviving spouse under 65." Section D of report No. I was then adopted as 
it was amended. Dr. Charles B. Simmons made corrections to Annuity Credits which are 
placed in No. B of report No. II. These corrections were adopted by the Conference. Rev. 
Donald Hall made some editorial corrections in Part C of Report No. 2, and then this report 
was adopted. He then made a motion that the entire report be accepted, and it was. Rev. 
Donald Hall then presented the answers to the disciplinary questions, and they were 



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accepted by the Conference. Rev. Tracy R. Arnold then made a statement about the Pension 
Funding Campaign. Rev. Alonzo Campbell made a motion to amend paragraph 6 to read, 
"The names of churches who have paid out their fair share goals by the end of the Crusade 
will be published in the Louisiana United Methodist.' ' The amendment was accepted by the 
committee and became a part of the report. Dr. J. J. Caraway reminded members of the 
Conference that there was an 18% increase in the annuity rate, for $146 to $165 for the 
coming year; but that the Conference was only asked for an 8% increase because of the 
interest received from the crusade. Mr. Caraway reminded members of the Conference that 
the more money put in during the next 12 months would mean less to be put in during the 
next 20 years. Following his statement, the entire report of the Board of Pensions was 
adopted. 

REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DISCIPLESHIP: The report was directed by the 
chairperson, Rev. Dwight Ramsey. Mr. Jim Wyche gave the Report of the Committee on 
Evangelism. Rev. Donald Avery announced a Workshop on Biblical Teaching to be held in 
the Spring of 1983. Mr. Skyler Zochert and members of the Conference Youth Team gave the 
report of CYT. The chairperson introduced the new Coordinator of Youth Ministry for the 
Conference, Rev. Pat Culligan. He noted that Mrs. Barbara Garcia, Children Coordinator 
for the General Board of Discipleship was now a part of the Annual Conference. He noted 
that the most important event that the Board would sponsor during the year is a Curricu- 
Shop to be held October 5 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Ruston and October 7-8 at 
First United Methodist Church in Baton Rouge. Mrs. Barbara Einsel narrated a filmstrip 
which gave information about the Curricu-shop. On motion, entire report of The Board of 
Discipleship was adopted. Rev. Donald Avery then dismissed the afternoon session with a 
prayer. 

Evening Session 

Wednesday June 9, 1982 

First United Methodist Church, Shreveport 

SERVICE OF ORDINATION: The service of ordination of Deacons and Elders was held 
at First Church, Shreveport. The service of worship was led by Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin 
and the ordination sermon was preached by Bishop Benjamin R. Oliphint, resident bishop of 
the Kansas Area. Deacons and Elders were ordained by the Bishop as previously ordered by 
the Conference. 



Fourth Day 
Thursday, June 10, 1982 

WORSHIP: Rev. James A. Richardson was the preacher; Ms. Susan Bain was the 
liturgist; John A. Ricketts led the singing; and Dr. William Teague was the organist. 

PERSONAL PRIVILEGE: Dr. Donald A. Webb announced that Lisa Scott, daughter of 
Rev. & Mrs. Herbert Scott died in the early hours of the morning. The members of the 
conference stood for a moment of silent prayer and were then led in prayer by Dr. Webb. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE JOURNAL: Rev. Charles B. Humphreys, 
chairperson, reported that minutes for the previous day's session had been approved by the 
committee. He then made a motion that the Conference Secretary be allowed to edit the 
minutes for Thursday. The motion carried and then the report was adopted by the 
Conference. 

RETIRED RELATIONS GRANTED: Dr. Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., chairperson of the 
Committee on Conference Relations, presented the committee's response to Questions 49 
and 50, dealing with persons seeking the retired relationship. The report was adopted by a 
separate vote on each person. The retired relation was granted to all who requested it. All 
retiring persons addressed the Conference and were given Certificates of Appreciation for 
their years of service. The names of those persons are recorded under Questions 49 and 50, 



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Section VI of the Journal. It was noted that these 13 persons had served a total of 409.75 
years. In answer to Question No. 51, Rev. James C. Miles was granted retired relation as a 
local pastor. Rev. Miles was not able to address the conference; he had been called home 
because of the death of his sister. The Conference directed that a message of love and 
concern be sent to Rev. Miles. 

RECESS: Following recess, the conference reassembled by singing, "Amazing Grace 
How Sweet the Sound," they were led by Rev. Lael S. Jones. Mr. Pete Sorant was the 
organist. 

BOARD OF THE ORDAINED MINISTRY, REPORT NO. 3: The special appointments 
which are required to be placed before the Annual Conference were read by Dr. Alfred 
Norris, and they were approved by more than the required % vote. Dr. Clyde C. Frazier, Jr., 
presented the committee's response to questions 32, 33, 35, 41, 42, 44, 46, 48, and 65. Those 
questions deal with ministers who are readmitted, received by transfer, honorable location, 
leave of absence, disability leave, and those approved for less than full-time service. 
Recommendations of the committee were voted on by sections and were approved as 
presented. The report was then adopted as a whole. The names of the persons who were 
granted these relations are listed in Section IV of the Journal. 

REPRESENTATIVES OF THE METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE: Mr. Doyle English 
represented the Publishing House. He presented Dr. Alfred Norris, who is a member of the 
General Board of Publications, and a member of the Annual Conference. Mr. English then 
presented a check in the amount of $11,417.20 to Bishop Shamblin for the Conference Board 
of Pensions. 

TASK FORCE ON DEVELOPING AND STRENGTHENING THE ETHNIC MINORITY 
CHURCH : Dr. Samuel W. Walker made the report to the Conference and it was adopted. 

LAMECO CREDIT UNION : Dr. Daniel Tohline gave the report and it was adopted by the 
Conference. 

REPORT OF THE HEADQUARTERS BUILDING COMMITTEE: The report of the 
committee was given by the secretary, Dr. J. Woodrow Hearn, who reported that the total 
cost of the building was $1,768,332.97. The committee will need to request internal financing 
for less than $290,000, which was 25% less than had been projected last year. Dr. Hearn then 
announced the Consecration Service and Open House for the new building on June 19th and 
20th, with Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin, Governor David Treen and Mr. Luther Jordan 
presiding. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE EPISCOPACY: Dr. J. Woodrow Hearn, 
chairman of the committee, made the report, and it is in the Journal, Section VI. The report 
was adopted with a standing vote of appreciation for Bishop and Mrs. Shamblin. 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON COURTESIES: Rev. Grayson B. Watson, 
Chairperson of the committee made the report, which is found in Section VI, and it was 
adopted. 

WHERE SHALL THE NEXT CONFERENCE BE HELD? Dr. Donald A. Webb, president 
of Centenary College invited the Conference to meet at the college for its thirteenth session. 
He also introduced the new Director of Church Relations, Ms. Kay Madden. The invitation 
to hold the conference at Centenary was accepted. 

BY THE SPIRIT SENT AND SUSTAINED: Bishop Shamblin led the Conference in the 
Ritual of Sending Forth. During this service, the proposed appointments were made official, 
as printed and distributed to members of the Conference with amendments as announced by 
the Bishop and printed in Section V of the Journal. Rev. Lael S. Jones led the singing for the 
service and Mr. Pete Sorant was organist. The ministers stood to receive and accept their 
appointments from the Bishop and lay persons stood to receive the minister who had been 
assigned to them. The Conference was then concluded with "The Lord's Prayer." The 
Conference was adjourned sine die. 



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IV. Disciplinary Questions 

The Business Of The Annual Conference 

The Minutes of the Louisiana Annual Conference held in Shreveport, Louisiana from June 
7, 1982, through June 10, 1982. Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin, presiding. Date when organized: 
1971. Number of this session: 12th. 

PART I. ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL BUSINESS 

1 . Who are elected for the quadrennium ( % % 702. 6, 715 . 1 ) : 
Secretary? Byrl J. Moreland, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, La. 70821 
Statistician? James J. Caraway, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, La. 70821 
Treasurer? James J. Caraway, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, La. 70821 

2. Is the Annual Conference incorporated ( % 702. 1 ) ? Yes 

3. Bonding and auditing : 

a) What officers handling funds of the conference have been bonded, and in what 
amounts ( % % 714, 2508) ? James J. Caraway — $50,000 

b) Have the books of said officers or persons been audited ( f f 713, 2508) ? Yes 

4. What conference councils, boards, commissions, and committees have been appointed 
or elected? 

a) Answer Yes or No for each of the councils, boards, commissions, or committees 
listed: 

( 1 ) Council on Finance and Administration? Yes 

(2) Council on Ministries? Yes 

(3) Board of Diaconal Ministry? Yes 

(4) Board of Ordained Ministry? Yes 

(5) Board of Pensions? Yes 

(6) Board of Trustees of the Annual Conference? Yes 

( 7 ) Commission on Archives and History? Yes 

( 8) Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious Concerns? Yes 

( 9 ) Commission on Equitable Salaries ? Yes 

(10) Commission on Religion and Race? Yes 

(11) Commission on the Status and Role of Women? Yes 

(12) Committee on Investigation? Yes 

(13) Committee on Episcopacy? Yes 

b) Indicate the name of the agency in your annual conference which is responsible for 
the functions related to each of the following agencies : 

(1) Board of Church and Society ( % 719)? Board of Church & Society 

(2) Board of Discipleship ( f 720) ? Board of Discipleship 

(3) Board of Global Ministries ( % 721)? Board of Global Ministries 

(4) Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry ( J 722)? Board of Higher 
Education & Campus Ministry 

(5) Board of the Laity ( H 720.8) ? Board of the Laity 

c ) Answer Yes or No for each of the following conference or district organizations : 

( 1 ) Conference United Methodist Women? Yes 

( 2 ) Conference United Methodist Men? Yes 

( 3 ) Conference Council on Youth Ministry? Yes 

(4) District Boards of Church Location and Building? Yes 

(5) Committees on District Superintendency? Yes 

(6) District Committees on Ordained Ministry? Yes 

(7) District Councils on Ministries? Yes 

d) What other councils, boards, commissions, or committees have been appointed or 
elected in the annual conference? 

Courtesies 
Journal 



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Resolutions 

Rules 

Ethnic Minority Local Church 

Task Force to Celebrate the Bicentennial 

5. Have the secretaries, treasurers, and statisticians kept their respective records 
according to the prescribed forms ( f 705.7) ? Yes 

6. What is the report of the statistician? (See report, Section X of Journal. ) 

7. What is the report of the treasurer? (See report, Section X of Journal. ) 

8. What are the reports of the district superintendents as to the status of the work within 
their districts? No report 

9. What is the schedule of equitable salaries for pastors ( f f 438.3, 935.3) ? $14,500 per year 
for full-time local pastors 

10. What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges within the conference to be 
raised for the support of the district superintendents for the ensuing year ( if 710.1a)? 
$415,000 

11. What amount has been apportioned to the pastoral charges within the conference to be 
raised for the support of the pension and benefit programs of the conference 
( if if 710.1a, 1707) ? $650,000 

12. What are the apportionments to this conference : 

a) For the World Service Fund? $600,000 

b) For the Episcopal Fund? $82,000 

c) For the General Administration Fund? $45,000 

d) For the Interdenominational Cooperation Fund? $16,700 

e) For the Ministerial Education Fund? $230,000 

f ) For the Black College Fund? $101 ,500 

g) For the Missional Priority Fund? $72,500 

h) For the Temporary General Aid Fund? $20,000 

13. What is the percentage division between World Service and conference benevolences 
for the ensuing fiscal year ( % 710.3d) ? 

World Service? 75.83% 
Conference benevolences? 24.17% 

14. What United Methodist institutions or organizations are approved by the conference for 
pension responsibility ( if 1706.3a (3), 1706.4g)? All Conference Institutions 

15. Conference and district lay leaders ( U if 702.8, 736) : 

a) Conference lay leader : Richard H. Baker, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, La. 70821 

b) Associate conference lay leaders : See Journal — Section II 

c ) District and associate district lay leaders : See Journal — Section II 

16. What local churches have been : 

a) Organized (if 267)? 

St. Andrew's United Methodist Church — Baton Rouge-Hammond District 

b) Merged ( if 2538) ? None 

c) Discontinued or abandoned (if if 231, 440.2, 2541 ) ? None 

d) Relocated and to what address? None 

e) Changed name of church? (Example: "First" to "Trinity") 

Former Name New Name Address 

Eddy Justiss Memorial Justiss Memorial Trout, La 71371 

Box 48 
Alexandria District 

f) Transferred this year into this conference from other United Methodist 
conference(s) and with what membership ( if if 46, 268) ? None 

g) What other changes have taken place in the list of churches? None 

17. What changes have been made in district and charge lines? 

Alexandria District: No changes. 

Baton Rouge-Hammond District: No changes. 

Baton Rouge-Lafayette District: No changes. 



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Lake Charles District: No changes. 

Monroe District: No changes. 

New Orleans-Houma District: Take St. Matthew, Algiers Station and the Asbury 
Station and combine to make a charge, the Asbury-St. Matthew Charge. 

Take Hope Chapel from the Belle Chasse-Hope Chapel Charge and add it to Buras, 
Trinity Station to create the Buras, Trinity-Hope Chapel Charge. 

Take Belle Chasse and put it with St. James Station to create a new charge, the Belle 
Chasse-St. James Charge. 

Divide the Parker Memorial-Felicity Charge to make two Stations, Parker Memorial 
Station and Felicity Station. 

Take St. James from the LaPlace, Ninde Chapel-St. James Charge in the New 
Orleans-Slidell District and move it to the New Orleans-Houma District, creating a new 
Station: St. James, Hahnville. 

New Orleans-Slidell District: Take Harry's Chapel from the Wesley Ray-Live Oak- 
Mary's Chapel-Harry's Chapel Charge and place it with Bogalusa, Thirkield Station, to 
make the Bogalusa, Thirkield-Harry's Chapel Charge, and leave a charge made up of 
Wesley Ray-Live Oak-Mary's Chapel. 

Take St. James from the LaPlace, Ninde Chapel-St. James Charge and move it to the 
New Orleans-Slidell District. 

Take Ninde Chapel and add it to the Springfield, St. James-St. Landry Charge, to 
create a new charge: St. Landry-St. James-Ninde Chapel Charge. 

Ruston District: Take Eros from the Chatham-Eros Charge and take Antioch from 
the Concord-Antioch Charge to create a new charge, Eros-Antioch. 

Place Centerpoint, from the Centerpoint Station, with Chatham, to make a charge: 
Chatham-Centerpoint. 

Take Mclntyre from the Minden, Lakeview-Mclntyre Charge and make Minden, 
Lakeview a Station. 

Place Mclntyre with Concord to create a new charge: the Concord-Mclntyre Charge. 

Take Sanders Chapel Station and place it with Clay Station to create the Clay- 
Sanders Chapel Charge. 

Move Pilgrim's Rest Station to the Shreveport District. 

Shreveport District: Divide the Blanchard-Belcher Charge to create two new 
Stations: Blanchard Station and Belcher Station. 

Take Pilgrim's Rest from the Ruston District and add it to the Bradford-New Light 
Charge to form the Bradford-New Light-Pilgrim's Rest Charge. 

PART II. PERTAINING TO MINISTERIAL RELATIONS: 
ORDAINED MINISTERS AND LOCAL PASTORS 

18. Are all the ministerial members of the conference blameless in their life and official 
administration ( % % 703.4, 704.5)? Yes 

19. Who constitute the Conference Committee on Investigation ( % 2623.3) ? 

Clyde C. Frazier, Jr. , Donald J. Hall, Alfred L. Norris, Gilbert Wade, Byrl Moreland 
Reserves : Donald R. Avery, B. E. Bond, DeWitt M. Ginn, Lea Joyner, Bob Lawton 
Chairperson: Clyde C. Frazier, Jr. 

20. Who have received the certificate of candidacy for ordained ministry? ( % if 404, 405. ) 

ALEXANDRIA: David Frank Fortuna, Herbert Green, Allen Wayne Lawrence; 
BATON ROUGE-HAMMOND: Karl S. Klaus, Joseph E. Moore, Roger Mosher; 
BATON ROUGE-LAFAYETTE: Cornelius Betz, Jr., Curtis Johnson, Martha Orphe, 
Ernest Scott, Darryl A. Tate; LAKE CHARLES: David DeWitt, Glynn Lane Foreman, 
Dan Simon, Thomas A. Wesley; MONROE: Thomas C. Beeler, William Stowe Harbin, 
Charles Stovall; NEW ORLEANS-HOUMA: Shirley Arnold Arnold, Gary Norman 
Cook, Percell Church, Sr., Albert Holland, Steven Kelly; NEW ORLEANS-SLIDELL: 
Louis Augustine, III, Robert Nelson Brown, Mollie Susan Clements, Melissa Draper, 
Percy Mac Frazier, Robert D. Hudson, Heide Kriner, Roger Penn, Mary Neva Sloan, 
Gordon Lamar Smith, Lewis Allen Smith; RUSTON: Gary Boone, Joe E. Hunter, 



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David E. Lane, Steven Glenn McCullough, Jack Maxey, Joseph Windham; 
SHREVEPORT: Rick Demens, Willie Jackson, Jr., John Lavo, Margaret Ann Morris, 
Mark Niblett, Philip Self. 

21. Who have completed the studies for the license as a local pastor, but are not now 
appointed? ( % 407) 

Gary Boone (L-78), Scott P. Covington (L-79), Karl Klaus (L-79), Allen Wayne 
Lawrence (L-79), Roger Penn (L-81) 

22 . Who are approved and appointed as : ( if 408. 2) 

a) Full-time local pastors ( % 409.1) and what progress has each made in the course of 
study? 

Nathan T. Avant (L-77) Comp; Donald David Barrie (L-5V 2 ) Comp; Thomas C. 
Beeler (L-80 1V 2 years); Burnell Bell (L-58) Comp; Joe Brown, Jr. (L-66) Comp; 
Robert Nelson Brown (L-79) ; Percell Church, Sr. (L-80) 1V 2 yrs. ; Gary Cook (L-81) 
1 yr.; John Locascio (L-82); J. T. Cupples (L-47) Comp; Wesley Cyprian (L-77) 2 
yrs. ; Jay Vernon Daigle (L-63) Comp; Elmer B. Fant (H.L.) ; Glynn Foreman (L- 
81) lyr.; Eddie Francis (L-79) lyr.; William David Holden; Robert Hollis; Albert 
Holland (L-78) 2 yrs.; Robert Hutson (L-82) ; Clinton Anthony Jordan (L-70) Comp; 
Joe Kitchen; John H. Lavo (L-79) 2V2 yrs.; Cage McLemore; Alvin S. Mayo; Fred 
Moore (B.D.); Marshall Comeaux Paine (L-56) Comp; Juan Sanfield-Gonzales 
(B.D.); Marta Sanfield-Gonzales; Dan Columbus Simon (L-79) 1 yr.; Louis A. 
Smith (L-82); Joe Davis Solomon (L-75) Comp; Charles P. Stovall (L-82); Obie 
Jacob Southall (L-64) Comp; Robert Allen Townsend (L-47) Comp. 

b) Part-time local pastors ( f 409.2) and what progress has each made in the course of 
study? 

Harold Bond Babin (L-64) Comp; Mollie Clements (L-82) ; Wilbur G. Davis, Sr. 
(L-73) Comp; Walter Dabney (L-61) 2V 2 yrs.; Percy Mac Frazier (L-80) 1 yr.; 
Herbert Green (L-81) ; William Stowe Harbin (L-80) 1 yr. ; Thomas H. Hoover, Jr. 
(L-68) Comp; Howard L. Hudson (H.L.); Joe Elmer Hunter (L-78) 1 yr.; Alex 
Johnson (L-65) Comp; Donald Johnson (L-Ark); Donn Maulaby Kurtz (L-75) 1 yr.; 
Margaret E. Lilly (B.D.) ; William Jack Maxey (L-78) 1V 2 yrs. ; Pete Medak (L-68) 
Comp; W. C. Moore (L-60) ; Margaret Anne Norris (L-82); Oscar Eugene Player 
(L-70) 2 yrs. ; Ernest E. Scott (L-78) V 2 yr. ; Paul Cyr Singletary, Sr., (L-72) Comp; 
Gordon L. Smith, Sr. (L-81) ; Hurvey Sweazie, Jr. (L-77) 1V 2 yrs.; Dan Washington 
(L-69) Comp; Thomas A. Wesley (L-79) V 2 yr.; Joseph Henry Windham (L-78) 1V 2 
yrs. ; Karl Wood (H.L.) ; Frank Williams. 

c) Student local pastors ( % 409.4) , and in what schools are they enrolled? 

Louis Augustine III (Gammon) (L-78); Cornelius Betz (Perkins); Melissa 
Draper (Candler) ; Richard Humphries (Perkins) ; Willie E. Jackson, Jr. (LSU-S) 
(L-81); Curtis Johnson (L-81) (Perkins); Heidi Kriner (Candler); Joseph E. 
Moore (Southern) (L-81) ; Roger Edwin Mosher (Southeastern) (L-78) ; Mary C. 
Sloan (Perkins) ; Charles Strong (L-71) 2 yrs. (Northeast). 

d) Students of other denominations in a school of theology listed by the University 
Senate serving as local pastors ( % 408.7) ? None 

23. Who have been discontinued as ( % 410. 1 ) : 

a ) Full-time local pastors? 

Martha Hitch, Robert Lee Norwood; Martha Ann Hitch 

b) Part-time local pastors? 
Levi Moore 

c) Student local pastors? 

David Lane ; David Milem ; Bill Moon 

24. What ministers in good standing in other Christian denominations have been approved : 

a ) Under the provisions of % 419. 1 for service as pastors of charges? 
Judy E. Nelson; Fred Moore; Ronald Kitchen; John Hughes. 

b) Under the provisions of f 419.2 for service in ecumenical ministries in which The 
United Methodist Church is involved? 



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25 . What ordained ministers of Methodist or United Churches in other countries, serving as 
missionaries within the bounds of this Annual Conference, are recognized as associate 
members of the conference under the provisions of ( H 419.6) ? None 

26. Who are elected Associate Members ( U 420) ? None 

27. Who are elected as Probationary Members : 

a) Under the provisions of U 415? 

Deborah Drash-Carroll; Barbara Lee Smith-Duke; Gary L. Elliott; James W. 
Mitchell ; John Sadler ; B. Ramon Warren 

b) Under the provisions of 1J 416. 1? None 

c) Under the provisions of 1f 416.2? None 

28. Who are continued as Probationary Members, what progress have they made in their 
ministerial studies, and in what year were they admitted to Probationary Membership 
(H 11417,424): 

a ) As students in approved schools of theology ( f 417(D)? 

Leon Boggs (2-'81) ; Paul C. Carroll, Jr. (3-'80) ; Stephen Carter (2-'81) ; Frank 
Chlastak (3-'77); Ron Dauphin (2-'80); Van Dickens (3-78); Jerry VanHoosen (3- 
'81); Paul Wesley (3-78) 

b) In the advanced ministerial course of study ( 1f 417(2) ) ? 

David Billings (4-79) ; Daniel Grove, Jr. (5-'81) ; Wayne Flowers (2-'80) 

c) Graduates of approved schools of theology serving under full-time appointment 
(11424(1))? 

Mark B. Benge ('80) ; Carolyn P. Brannen ('80) ; Freida Brown C81) ; L. Patrick 
Culligan (77); Calvin J. Duke (79); Thomas Howe (79); Julius Jefferson ('81); 
Linn C. Richardson ( 79) ; John Whitley ( '80) ; William H. Willis C80) 

29. Who have been admitted from other Christian denominations ( f 428.2-.3) : 

a) As Associate Members ( U 428.2) ? None 

b) As Probationary Members ( U 428.2, .3) ? 
Ramon Warren 

30. Who are elected as ministerial Members in Full Connection ( 1f 424) ? 

Steven D. Bearden; Kibbie E. Behling; Richard L. Behling; M. Jack O'Dell; Helen 
G. Ploegsma; James A. Richardson; C. Gerald Richardson (SBC ordination accepted). 

31. What Probationary Members, previously discontinued, are readmitted ( 1f 450) ? None 

32. Who are readmitted: ( f % 451-453) 

a ) As Associate Members ? None 

b) As Members in Full Connection? 

Edward O. Pickens (from Honorable Location, Para. 451) 

Robert Branker Crichlow, Jr. (after Surrender of Ministerial Off., Para. 452) 

Terry C. Lowe (from Honorable Location, Para. 451) 

33 . Who are returned to the effective relationship after voluntary retirement ( U 447 .7 ) : 

a ) As Associate Members ? None 

b) As Members in Full Connection? None 

34. Who have been received by transfer ( if H 514.5, 723.2i) ? 

Thomas L. Howe, Jr., deacon on Probation, from the Southwest Texas Conference 

35 . Who are transferred in from other Methodist denominations ( 1f 428. 8) ? 

Arthur A. Robinson, Jr., from the African Methodist Episcopal Church — 6/10/82 

36. Who have been elected and ordained deacons ( H 434) : 

a ) As Associate Members ( U 434. 1 ) ? None 

b) As Probationary Members ( U 434.2) ? 

Debora Drash-Carroll; Gary L. Elliott; James W. Mitchell; John Sadler; 
Barbara Smith-Duke; *B. Ramon Warren. 

37. Who have been elected and ordained elders ( H 435) : 

a ) As theological graduates ( U 435. 1 ) ? 

Steven D. Bearden; Kibbie E. Behling; Richard L. Behling; M. Jack O'Dell; 
Helen G. Ploegsma ; James A. Richardson; *C. Gerald Richardson. 

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38. What ministers, coming from other Christian denominations, have had their orders 
recognized ( U 428.2) : 

a) As deacons? None 

b) As elders? 

B. Ramon Warren 

39. Who have been elected or ordained as a courtesy to other conferences ? 

a) Elected: None 

As Associate Members? None 
As Probationary Members? None 
As Members in Full Connection? None 

b) Ordained after election by this conference : 
Deacons? None 

Elders? None 

c) Ordained after election by other conferences : 
Deacons? None 

Elders? None 

40. Who have been transferred out ( f 514. 5) ? 



Name 




Conference 


Date 


Robert B. Crichlow, Jr. 


Texas 


6/10/82 


Terry C. Lowe 




Northwest Texas 


6/10/82 


R. Lee McKinzie, Prob Mbr. 


Oklahoma 


6/10/82 


Arthur A. Robinson, Jr. 


Western North Carolina 


6/10/82 


41. Who are discontinued as! 


Probationary Members ( % 448.1)? 




Jon 0. Hattaway 








42. Who have been granted honorable location ( % 448. 2 ) ? 




Name 


Date 


Name 


Date 


Baker, Walter L. 


6/2/78 


Martin, George W. 


6/9/82 


Bennett, Clayton W. 


5/30/58 


Maxwell, G. Larry 


6/2/78 


Brown, Alton M. 


6/4/81 


McCullough, James P., , 


Jr. 6/5/64 


Carlisle, Joseph F. 


6/1/79 


McFarland, Marvin R. 


6/7/68 


Chrisman, Louis P. 


6/5/80 


McLean, James A. 


6/4/76 


Cloyd, Oscar E. 


6/5/70 


Means, Jesse L. 


6/9/72 


Crosby, Roland Byron 


6/2/67 


Neuendorffer, Rich 


3/29/53 


Davis, Walter C. ' 


11/10/40 


Norton, Kenneth D. 


6/5/70 


Dickerson, A. Leroy, Jr. 


6/4/54 


Peabody, David B. 


6/4/81 


Dykes, David R. 


6/5/80 


Poole, Franklin P. 


6/4/81 


Garrett, Troy B. 


6/2/67 


Ramke, Ronald G. 


6/5/80 


Golson, OllieL., Jr. 


2/1/68 


Rice, Joe Crosby 


6/4/76 


Hengstenberg, James D. 


6/1/79 


Scott, Charles Edward 


2/1/68 


Hess, George M. 


6/1/79 


Shirley, Robert Arlen 


6/4/76 


Holcombe, George R. 


6/4/81 


Simmons, Norman P. 


5/30/58 


Holliday, Robert Benj. 


6/5/64 


Singleton, Homer C, Jr. 


6/4/71 


Holley, Horace P. 


5/31/57 


Strack, Charles Julius 


6/3/66 


Horton, James R. 


6/3/77 


Strong, W. L., Jr. 


6/2/78 


Hudson, Howard L., Jr. 


2/1/69 


Talbott, Whitfield P. 


10/29/44 


Jones, Frank Morrison 


1/15/71 


Thomas, Joseph R. 


6/4/81 


Layman, Bruce J. 


6/9/82 


Tinnin, Jack H. 


6/2/67 


Longstreth, Paul 


6/5/80 


Wallace, Jefferson C. 


6/2/78 


Marshall, Robert F. 


6/5/80 


Way, Joseph Allen 


6/5/70 


43. Who have been granted administrative location ( % 449.2) ? None 




44. Who have had their conference membership I 


terminated? 




a) By withdrawal to unite with another denomination ( % 448.3, .6) ? 




Lee B. Kneipp — effective date, April 12, 


1982 




b) By surrender of the ministerial office ( % 448.4, .6) ? None 




c) By withdrawal under complaints or charges ( f f 448.5, .6; 2626.2) ? 


None 


d) By trial ( f 2624.3 ) ? None 







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45. 



46. 



47. 
48. 



Deceased: 

a ) What Associate Members have died during the year? 
Effective: None 

Retired: 

Date of Date of 

Name Birth Death 

Lason A. Williams 2/18/00 11/19/81 

b ) What Probationary Members have died during the year? None 

c ) What Members in Full Connection have died during the year? 
Effective: 



Year Received 

into Associate 

Membership 

1968 



Name 
George W. Harkins 
Edward A. Kennedy, Jr. 
Edgar D.Smith 
Douglas T. Williams, Sr. 
James B. Grambling 
Retired: 



Date of 


Date of 


Birth 


Death 


8/9/21 


10/23/81 


8/23/27 


9/17/81 


8/11/14 


8/2/81 


9/30/15 


3/20/82 


9/14/91 


6/4/82 


Date of 


Date of 


Birth 


Death 


11/19/80 


1/14/82 


9/5/95 


5/11/82 


6/15/06 


3/10/82 


2/29/08 


2/10/82 



Year Received 

into Full 

Connection 

1948 
1956 
1956 
1939 
1926 

Year Received 
into Full 
Name Birth Death Connection 

Frank Collins 11/19/80 1/14/82 1925 

SamS.Holladay 9/5/95 5/11/82 1929 

Willie H. Willis 6/15/06 3/10/82 1944 

John F.Wilson 2/29/08 2/10/82 1933 

d) What local pastors have died during the year? None 

Who are the ministers on leave of absence and for what number of years consecutively 
has each held this relation ( % 444) ? 

Name Number of Years 

Richard O. Beckham, III PM (3) 

Douglas L. Davis ( 1 ) 

Pearl W. Evans PM (2) 

Lloyd A. Foreman (4) 

MillicentP.Feske (1) 

Theresa McConnell ( 1 ) 

Forest N. Blount, Jr. 9/1/82 (1) 

Paul L. Wesley PM (1) 

M. Lewis Morris, Jr. PM (2) 

James A. Richardson (1) 

Jay R. Rogers PM (2) 

Craig Taylor PM (D 

Paul Wesley PM (D 

Marie P. Williams (2) 

Lorris M. Wimberly, Jr. (2) 

Who are granted sabbatical leave ( % 442) ? None 

What actions have been taken concerning disabled ordained ministers and local 
pastors (il 446)? 

a) What ordained ministers were granted disability leave since the last Annual 
Conference session ( % 446.2)? 

Carey A. Martin, July 1, 1981 

b) What ordained ministers have had their disability leave terminated since the last 
conference session ( % 446.5)? None 

c ) What ordained ministers are granted disability leave at this session ( f 446. 1 ) ? 
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d) What local pastors have been recommended by the Joint Committee on Disability 
for disability benefits during the ensuing year? 

49. What Members in Full Connection have been retired ( if 447) : 

a) This year? 
Woodrow W. Bevill 
Dana Dawson, Jr. 

Floyd M. Durham (effective September 1, 1982) 

George W. Harbuck 

John B. Koelemay 

Isaac A. Patton, Jr. 

George F. Pearce, Jr. 

Edward R. Thomas 

Nathaniel P. Williams 

Roy L. Garrett (effective 8/1/82) 

Carey A. Martin 

b) Previously? None 

50. What Associate Members have been retired ( % 447) : 

a) This year? 
John Sayes 

b) Previously? 

51. Who have been recognized as retired local pastors ( % 410. 5) : 

a) This year? 
James C. Miles 

b) Previously? 

52. a) What local pastors are granted pension credit on account of approved full-time 

service during the past year ( H 1706.3b)? 

Donald Barrie (L-54) ; Thomas C. Beeler (L-80) ; Burnell Bell (L-58) ; Joe Brown 
(L-66) ; Robert N. Brown (L-79) ; Percell Church, Sr. (L-80) ; Gary Cook (L-81) ; J. 
T. Cupples (L-47) ; Jay V. Daigle (L-63) ; Glynn L. Foreman (L-81) ; Albert Holland 
(L-78); Clinton A. Jordan (L-70); John Lavo (L-79); Marshall C. Paine (L-56); 
Juan Sanfield-Gonzales (B.D.); Dan C. Simon; Joe D. Solomon (L-75); Robert 
Allen Townsend (L-47) 
b) What ministers of other Christian denominations, qualifying under the provisions 
of 11419.1, are granted pension credit on account of approved full-time service 
during the past year ( f 1706.3c)? 
B. Warren Ramon, John D. Sadler 

53. Changes in ministerial membership : What is the number of ordained ministers : 

a) Elected as Associate Members? (26) 

b) Elected as Probationary Members? (27a, b, c) 27 

c) Admitted from other Christian denominations? (29a, b) 1 

d) Elected as Members in Full Connection? ( 30) 7 

e) Readmitted? (31, 32a,b) 3 

f ) Retired made effective? (33a,b) 

g) Transferred in? (34,35) 1 
h) Transferred out? (40) 4 

i) Discontinued as Probationary Members? (41 ) 1 

j ) Honorably located? ( 42 ) 2 

k) Administratively located? (43)0 

1) Withdrawn? (44a, b, c) 1 

m) Terminated by trial? (44d) 

n) Deceased? (45a, b, c) 10 

54. What is the number of : 

a) Pastoral charges? 332 

b ) Local churches ? 589 



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55. What is the number of ministerial members of the Annual Conference? 



Members in Probationary Associate Full-time 
Full Connection Members Members Local Pastors 



Categories 



Pastors and District 
Superintendents 



239 



14 



17 



26 



Appointments Beyond 
the Local Church: Within 
United Methodist 
Connectional Structures, 
Excluding District 
Superintendents 
(68a) 



15 







Appointments Beyond 
the Local Church: 
Extension Ministries 
(68b) 


26 


2 


1 




Appointments Beyond 
the Local Church : Other 
Valid Ministries (68c) 


8 










Appointments to Attend 
School (68d) 





9 







On Leave of Absence (46) 


7 


6 







On Sabbatical Leave (47) 













On Disability Leave (48c) 





1 


1 




Retired (49, 50) 


115 


17 


10 




Total Number, 
Ministerial Members 


410 


51 


29 


26 


Grand Total, All 
Conference Ministerial 
Members 


516 









56. What is the number of : 

a) Local pastors (other than full-time under appointment) ? (22b, c, d, 48d, 51a, b) 60 

b) Ministers of other denominations approved for service as pastors of charges? 
(24a) 4 

c) Ministers of other denominations serving in ecumenical ministries, with 
credentials certified as being at least equal to those of associate members? (24b) 

d) Retired members of other conferences or other denominations serving as pastors 
of charges? 2 

PART III. DIACONAL MINISTERS 

57. Who are consecrated this year as diaconal ministers ( f 307) ? 
LyllnGuth 

58. Who are reinstated as diaconal ministers ( f 313.4) ? None 

59. Who are transferred in as diaconal ministers ( ^ 312)? 

Name Conference Date % 

Barbara Garcia Tennessee 6/10/82 

Cheryl Washburn Oklahoma 6/10/82 

Marsha Gale Alexander North Mississippi 6/10/82 

60. What diaconal ministers have been granted leaves of absence ( % 313.1) : 

a ) Since the last session of the Annual Conference? None 

b) At this session of the Annual Conference? 
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61 . Who are transferred out as diaconal ministers ( % 312) ? None 

62. Who have had their conference relationship as diaconal ministers terminated by 
Annual Conference action ( % 313.3) ? None 

63. Who have taken the retired relationship to the Annual Conference as diaconal ministers 
( K 313.2) : 

a) This year? 
Shelia Nutall 

b) Previously? None 

64 . What diaconal ministers have died during the year? 

a) Effective: None 

b) Retired: None 



PART IV. MINISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS AND 
CONCLUDING BUSINESS 

65. Who are approved for appointment to less than full-time service, what is the total 
number of years for which such approval has been granted to each, and for what 
fraction of full-time service (in one-quarter increments) is approval granted (for 
purposes of equitable salary claim and pension credit) ( f 437.2, 438.3b, 1706.4b)? 

Name Total Yrs. Fraction of time 

Donald R. Avery (2) 75% 

Richard H. Harry (2) 75% 

L. L. Haynes, Jr. (2) 75% 

George L.Thomas (2) 50% 

Robert Williams (2) 50% 

Andrew J. Douglas (2) 50% 

Russell L. Jones (2) 75% 

66. What changes have been made in appointments since the last Annual Conference 
session 7 



Name 




Change 


Date 


Betz, Cornelius 


From: 


Local Pastor 


9/24/81 




To: 


Lafayette, Mallalieu-St. James 




Carruth, Angus L. 


From: 


Jefferson 


9/24/81 




To: 


Hammond-Tickfaw 




Carter, Paul W. 


From: 


St. Paul 


4/1/82 




To: 


Golden Meadow-Grand Isle 




Carter, Robert E. 


From: 


Maplewood 


9/24/81 




To: 


Coushatta-Wesley Chapel 




Corley, John David 


From: 


Coushatta-Wesley Chapel 


9/24/81 




To: 


Winnsboro-Gilbert 




Einsel, AlanD. 


From: 


Opelousas, La. Memorial-Port Barre 


9/24/81 




To: 


Jefferson 




Evans, Pearl W. 


From: 


Chap., Cypress House Psychiatric Hospital 


1/1/82 




To: 


Leave of Absence 




Jones, James W. 


From: 


Delhi 


9/24/82 




To: 


Maplewood 




Jones, William L. 


From: 


Admissions Counselor & Student Recruiter, 








Dillard Univ. 


11/1/81 




To: 


N. 0. Asbury-St. Matthew 




Harkins, George W. 


From: 


Hammond-Tickfaw 


9/1/81 




To: 


Disability Leave 




McCutcheon, William M. 


From: 


Winnsboro-Gilbert 


9/24/81 




To: 


Opelousas: La. Memorial-Port Barre 




Martin, Carey 


From: 


Winbourne 


7/1/81 




To: 


Disability Leave 





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Name 




Change 


Date 


Morris, Lewis M., Jr. 


From: 


Heflin-Brushwood 


10/1/81 




To: 


Leave of Absence 




Pickens, Edward 0. 


From: 


Honorable Location 


8/1/81 




To: 


Winbourne 




Scott-Welch, John R. 


From: 


Assoc. Munholland 


9/24/81 




To: 


Delhi 




Smith, Bernard R. 


From: 


St. Matthew (Algiers) 


11/1/81 




To: 


St. Peter-St. James 




Southall, ObieJ. 


From: 


Local Pastor 


11/1/81 




To: 


Melville: St. Paul, St. James 




Stage, Frank M. Jr. 


From: 


Retirement 


11/1/81 




To: 


Heflin-Brushwood 




Wimberly, Lorris M. Jr. 


From: 


William B. Reily Memorial University 
(Associate) 


1/16/82 




To: 


Leave of Absence 





67. 



68. 



69. 



70. 



71. 



Where are the preachers stationed for the ensuing year? 

See Journal, Section V 
What ordained ministers are appointed beyond the local church for the ensuing year: 
(1f439.) 

a ) Within the connectional structures of United Methodism ( % 439. la, c ) ? 

See Journal, Section V, Special Appts. 

b) To extension ministries ( % 439. lb, c) ? 

See Journal, Section V, Special Appts. 

c ) To other valid ministries under the provisions of % 439. Id? 

See Journal, Section, Section V, Special Appts. 

d) To attend school ( % 439. le) ? 

See Journal, Section V 
Associate Members : 

See Journal, Section V 

Probationary Members: 

See Journal, Section V 

Members in Full Connection: 

See Journal, Section V 

Where are the diaconal ministers appointed for the ensuing year ( % 310) ? 

See Journal, Section V 
What other personal notations should be made? 

Kathy Clark is now Kathy Clark-Dickens 
Where shall the next Conference Session be held? 
Centenary College, Shreveport, Louisiana 



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V. Appointment List 



ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT 

District Superintendent William F. Mayo 3 

Alexandria: 

First. Tracy R. Arnold 3 

First, Associate Larry G. Miller 2 

First, Associate Kent A. Kilbourne 1 

Horseshoe Drive John M. Lee 3 

MacArthur Drive Fred S. Flurry R 1 

Newman-St. Mark's Alonzo Campbell 3 

Trinity-Pleasant Grove Randall K. Nichols 3 

Wilton-Wesley Major M. Goldman 1 

Ball-Clear Creek-Springhill T.B.S. 

Boyce, First-Lahey Chapel-Sieper (David Holden LP) 1 

Union-Macedonia (Herbert Green LP) 1 

Bunkie: 

David Haas Mem. -Evergreen- White Chapel Larry D. O'Dell 1 

Wesley-Marshall-Simpson-St. Marks (Hurvey Sweazie, Jr. PTLP) 5 

Coif ax-Hollins Chapel Edward T. Boyd 4 

Glenmora-Fellowship-Forest Hill-Melder (Fred B. Moore LP) 1 

Jena, Nolley Memorial-Belah Paul C. Carroll 1 

Jonesville Sherman L. Beird 1 

Lecompte-Bayou Chicot-Cheneyville John M. Downs 1 

Marksville-Oak Grove-Simmesport James W. Spitzkeit 3 

Marthaville-Beulah-Robeline Abe M. Conerly R 2 

Montgomery-Mt. Zion-Atlanta-St. Maurice Frank Chlastak 3 

Mt. Zion-Emmanuel-St. Paul, C-St. Paul, L (Alex Johnson PTLP) 8 

Natchitoches: 

Asbury-Williams Chapel-St. Marks Charles L. Washington 4 

College Avenue Robert E. Townsend 6 

First C. Richard Hoffpauir 3 

Oak Grove-Campti T.B.S. 

Olla-Tullos StephenB. Williamson 3 

Palestine-Bethel Jerry A. Means 5 

Pineville, First Hugh L. Baker 5 

Pollock-Selma-Liberty Chapel (Lionel J. Marcel) 4 

Provencal- Weaver Jolly B. Harper R 8 

Trout, Justiss Mem-Eden-Urania ( J. T. Cupples LP) 2 

Winnfield-Couley Grayson B. Watson 6 

BATON ROUGE-HAMMOND DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Kenneth R. Reed 1 

Amite-Independence Robert L. Burgess 2 

Baker John Howard Sewell 8 

Associate John H. Sewell R 8 

Baton Rouge: 

Broadmoor Henry C. Blount, Jr. 4 

Broadmoor, Associate John G. Whitley 1 

Broadmoor, Associate Carolyn P. Brannen 1 

Broadmoor, Associate John Ed Dilworth 1 

Francis Asbury John L. Vining 2 

Hughes Memorial William J. Miller 13 

Ingleside Fred 0. Shirley 3 



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Jefferson Alan D. Einsel 2 

Jordan-LeJeune Freddie C. Henderson 4 

North Baton Rouge Hulen C. Warren, Jr. 3 

St. Andrew's FredB. Wideman 2 

St. John's Thomas A. Dunbar 5 

St. Luke's-Istrouma Timothy E. Lawson 2 

St. Paul's-Deerford John C. Coker 1 

Winbourne Edward 0. Pickens 2 

Beech Grove-Macedonia-Andrews Chapel (Edward Lewis Berry R) 2 

Bethel-Magnolia Tommy R. Bergeron, Sr. 3 

Blackwater J. Henry Bowdon, Jr. 3 

Blackwater, Associate Mark R. Martin 3 

Carpenter's Chapel (Roger Mosher SLP) 4 

Clinton: 

Mt. Zion-St. Paul (W. R. Lafayette) 4 

St. Peter-Moses Chapel-Jackson Chapel (Adam Franklin) 13 

Wall Memorial-Clear Creek John H. Casey 8 

Concord-New Hope T.B.S. 

Days-Center-Darlington (Paul Singletary, Sr. PTLP) 2 

Denham Springs, First . . Lonnie M. Sibley 1 

Roberts-St. Luke Clarence L. Hillard 11 

Faithful-New River (Jay V.DaigleLP) 7 

Friendship-Corbin Glendon R. Messer 2 

Hammond-Tickfaw Angus L. Carruth 2 

Gonzales-Meadows Chapel Gilbert H. Wade, Jr. 3 

Greensburg- Wesley Chapel Wallace P. Blackwood 1 

Jackson-Ethel Claude E. Barron 1 

Kentwood-Mt. Hermon J. Pennington Morgan 2 

Live Oak Burton F. Blair 1 

Livingston- James Chapel-Mangum Chapel James R. Woodward 2 

Loranger-Cooper's Chapel Gary L. Elliott 1 

Pine Grove-Montpelier T.B.S. 

Norwood, Asbury-Mt. Carmel-Wesley (James A. Smith R) 24 

St. Francisville-Tunica (Harold Babin PTLP) 11 

Slaughter-Bluff Creek (MarshallC. Paine LP) 1 

Tangipahoa-Pine Ridge (Boyd Hood) 4 

Walker (Joe L. Rountree) 3 

Zachary Calvin 0. Lapuyade 4 

BATON ROUGE-LAFAYETTE DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Moses T. Jackson, Sr. 3 

Abbeville-Pecan Island Mark Meier 3 

Baton Rouge: 

Camphor Memorial George W. C. Calvin 14 

First J. Woodrow Hearn 9 

First, Associate J. Albert Trickett 4 

First, Associate Donald C. Cottrill 4 

First, Minister of Youth Willis W.Dear 5 

Neely-Hartzell Donald R. Avery 11 

St. Mark Kenneth M. Fisher * 3 

Wesley Leonard L. Haynes, Jr. 23 

William B. Reily Memorial University J. P. Woodland, Jr. 3 

William B. Reily Memorial University, Associate Kenneth M. Carroll 5 

Franklin: 

Asbury-Trinity J. W. Wilson R 2 



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First-McGowan Ira M. Robinson 3 

Grand River-Donaldsonville, First (John R. Oldham) 17 

Indian Bayou-Kaplan Kibbie A. Behling 2 

St. Paul-Briggs-Mt. Zion (Marshall Wesley) 4 

St. Peter-Crowley, Trinity-Godman (Eddie Francis LP) 5 

Lafayette: 

Asbury L. Ray Branton 4 

Asbury, Associate Weldon Bares 3 

Asbury, Associate Charles R. Langford 1 

Davidson Memorial-Lydia Allen Wayne Evans 4 

First W. 0. Lynch, Jr. 9 

Church of the Covenant J. Roddy Taylor 3 

Mallalieu-St. James T.B.S. 

Lottie-Rosedale-Krotz Springs D. Dale Lyons 1 

Melville-Palmetto (Kenneth Chapman OD) 10 

New Iberia, First-St. Martinville Robert B. Crichlow, Sr. 4 

New Roads (DarrylTatePTLP) 1 

St. Paul-Scott Chapel (Curtis Johnson SLP) 2 

Opelousas : 

Louisiana Memorial-Port Bar re William M. McCutcheon 2 

St. Mark- Washington Henry Gage 6 

Plaquemine, First George B. Cunningham 5 

Hurst Chapel-St. Luke (Wilbur G. Davis, Sr. PTLP) 8 

Mallalieu-Fitzgerald-Mt. Zion (Walter Barabin R) 3 

St. Paul-St. James (Obie J. Southall LP) 2 

St. Peter-Green-Wiley (Ernest E. Scott PTLP) 3 

St. Peter-St. James (Bernard Smith) 2 

Scott Chapel-Shiloh W. C. August 14 

LAKE CHARLES DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Jack Cooke 4 

Cameron-Grand Chenier James E. Constable 1 

Church Point-Maxie-Ville Platte (Nathan T. Avant LP) 5 

Crowley, First Larry Robertson 2 

DeQuincy John E. Scarf 3 

DeRidder: 

First: Jack S. Winegeart 3 

Wesley-Merryville Arthur M. Baker 6 

Elizabetn-Hopewell-Pine Grove (Glynn Foreman LP) 2 

Eunice-Iota William A. Rowell, Jr. 1 

Fairview-Sweetlake (Finas P. Corie) 5 

Gueydan Joe A. Hoover 4 

Iowa-Hayes (Robert D. Hutson LP) 1 

Jennings: 

First Jimmie D. Pyles 8 

Trinity (J. David Strozier) 1 

Kinder-Oberlin-Basile Gary L. Van Horn 3 

Lake Arthur A. Swendell Hodges, Jr. 2 

Lake Charles: 

First Benedict A. Galloway 4 

First, Associate Donald R. Morgan 2 

First, Minister of Visitation Carl F. Lueg R 4 

Oak Park Steven W. Caraway 2 

St. Luke Charles B. Simmons 3 

Simpson Ned L. Stout 3 



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University Woodrow W. Smith 2 

University, Associate M. Jack O'Dell 2 

Warren Richard H. Harry 6 

Leesville: 

First-Holly Grove Lewis L. Olmsted 1 

Mt. Zion-Macedonia (Dan C. Simon LP) 3 

MossBluff JohnH. Giles 1 

Oakdale-Pine Prairie W. Spiller Milton 3 

Prospect-Hornbeck John B. Koelemay R 1 

Raymond-Elton Eskel L. Tatum R 1 

Rayne-Branch-Ebenezer Douglas R. Foreman 1 

Roanoke-Crowley, Wesley (Homer V. Bailes) 12 

Squyres Donald M. Risinger R 5 

Sulphur: 

Henning Memorial Conrad P. Edwards 2 

Henning, Associate D. W. Poole R 7 

Maplewood James W. Jones 2 

Wesley-Hackberry Richard C. Hebert 4 

Vinton Raymond M. Crofoot 3 

Welsh: 

First Michael D. McLaurin 3 

Jones-Mallalieu (Thomas Wesley SLP) 3 

Westlake TheoS. Standley 3 

MONROE DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Douglas L. McGuire 4 

Baskin-Union (Stowe Harbin PTLP) 4 

Bastrop: 

First-Collinston William D. Peeples 3 

Memorial-Mer Rouge Garland C. Dean, Jr. 3 

Beekman T.B.S. 

Columbia-Hebert (E. Eugene Kimble) 6 

Crew Lake-Reveille (Richard Poss) 2 

Delhi J. R. Scott-Welch 2 

Epps-Floyd-Pioneer (John Lacascio LP) 1 

Ferriday-Clayton Terry C. Willis 4 

Grayson-Kelly B. Ramon Warren 2 

Kilbourne-Locust Grove (Joe Kitchens OD) 1 

Lake Providence Brady B. Forman 3 

Mangum-Crowville (Cage McLemore LP) 1 

Monroe: 

First Kirby A. Vining 1 

First, Associate James F. Comer 2 

First, Associate Calvin J. Duke 1 

Memorial Byrd L. Terry 1 

St. James-Mount Olive John D. Sadler 3 

St. Mark's-Little Creek M. Ray Holt 2 

St. Paul Robert S. Murray R 5 

St. Paul's Donald J. Hall 4 

Southside Lea Joyner* 31 

Oak Grove-Forest George H. Sherman, Jr. 3 

Oak Ridge James E. Wilson 7 

Rayville-Holly Ridge Kenneth G. Rorie 4 

St. Andrew's-Bartholomew (Thomas A. Wilson) 1 

St. Joseph-Waterproof-Wesley Charles Floyd, Jr. 4 



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Sicily Island-Harrisonburg I. Elmer Malone 2 

Tallulah Rupert D. Coles 3 

Vidalia M. C. Cady 2 

Washington Circuit (Joe Brown LP) 14 

West Monroe: 

Asbury Barbara Smith-Duke 1 

Claiborne-Willhite W. EdParks 5 

First DeWittM. Ginn 4 

McGuire L. Deen Thompson 8 

Woodlawn (Pete J. Medak PTLP) 8 

Winnsboro-Gilbert John David Corley 2 

Wisner-Boeuf Prairie Oakley E.Edwards 9 

NEW ORLEANS-HOUMA DISTRICT 

District Superintendent William C. Blakely 3 

Berwick E.J. Martin 5 

Buras, Trinity-Hope Chapel Lillard R. Bevill 2 

Golden Meadow-Grand Isle Paul W. Carter 2 

Houma: 

First John Winn/Carole Cotton-Winn 5 

Houma Heights-Clanton Chapel Stephen P. Carter 3 

Wesley-Mt. Vernon Nathaniel P. Williams R 1 

Luling-St. John Larry Maddin 6 

Mathews-BayouBlue S. W. Seals 3 

Morgan City: 

Pharr Chapel J. Vernon Fairley 2 

Walmsley-Mason Roger J. Transpers 2 

Napoleonville, Wesley-Woodlawn (Albert Holland LP) 4 

New Orleans: 

Algiers, First Richard R. Meek 3 

Asbury-St. Matthew William L. Jones 2 

Aurora Byrl J. Moreland 1 

Aurora, Associate David G. Trickett 2 

Belle Chasse-St. James Eddie E. Morgan 1 

Boynton 0. W. Christopher R 5 

Carrollton Leland D. Wade 1 

Felicity T.B.S. 

First Street Abraham E. Davis 9 

Gretna . Ray Rolon Spiller 1 

Haven Russell L. Jones 5 

Jefferson Cleveland B. Herr, Jr. 7 

Kenner, First Robert R. Miller 1 

Ross-Thomas (Donald Barrie LP) 6 

Mount Zion Alfred L. Norris 3 

Mount Zion, Pastor Emeritus W. T. Handy, Sr. R 3 

Napoleon Avenue T. Wayne Perrott 3 

Parker Memorial Frank Chlastak 1 

Peck Julius Jefferson 1 

Peoples William R. London, Jr. 11 

Philips Memorial-Shaw Temple Alfred Pollar 3 

Rayne Memorial Clyde C. Frazier, Jr. 4 

Rayne Memorial, Associate Stephen C. Fleming 2 

St. Matthew's George A. Duerson 1 

St. Paul Luther W. Taylor 1 

Trinity-Wesley (Percell Church, Sr. LP) 2 



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Williams (Thomas A. Hoover, Jr. PTLP) 3 

St. James, Hahnville (Henry J. Rhyan R) 1 

Patterson-Bayou Vista (Gary Cook LP) 2 

Thibodaux : 

First- Vacherie-Gibson Steven M. Spurlock 1 

Calvary-Magnolia Louis Streams 2 

NEW ORLEANS-SLIDELL DISTRICT 

District Superintendent W. D. Boddie 6 

Bogalusa : 

Elizabeth Sullivan Memorial R. Larry Stafford 1 

Thirkield-Harry's Chapel (Wesley Cyprian LP) 1 

Covington, First Edwin J. Barksdale 7 

Fitzgerald- Waldheim Claude Edward Henkel 1 

Franklinton: 

Centenary-Fisher Lael S. Jones 7 

Winan-Hays Chapel Terrence S. August 3 

Lacombe-St. Tammany (Percy Mac Frazier PTLP) 3 

LaPlace: 

Lasseigne-Lutcher Robert W. Bengtson 5 

Lutcher Chapel-St. James, Whitehall Robert Williams 3 

New Orleans : 

Bethany Roger D. Lathan 3 

Brooks (George M. Alfred) 3 

Elysian Fields-John Wesley Mickey D. Stringfield 1 

First Harry A. Harrington, Jr. 3 

Gentilly-Second Jerry M. James 2 

Grace Robert F. Harrington 6 

Hartzell-Ray Ave (James S. Davidson) 7 

LaHarpe-Thompson Andrew J. Douglas 15 

Lake Vista Donice W. Alverson 11 

Metairie Kathy Henderson 3 

Munholland Joe W. McClain 3 

Munholland, Associate James Thomas Logan 1 

St. Andrew William I. Eubanks 6 

St. Bernard-Arabi (Robert W. Peterson) 1 

St. Luke's James 0. Evans 2 

St.Mark's David Billings 5 

St.Philip (BurnellBellLP) 11 

Spanish Speaking Ministry (Juan Sanfiel LP) 4 

Pearl River-Talisheek C. Wayne Flowers 2 

Ponchatoula : 

First-Lee's Landing Robert L. Potter 4 

Wesley Chapel William M. Jacocks 9 

St. Landry-St. James, Springfield-Maurepas (Dan Washington PTLP) 1 

St. Timothy-on-the-North-Shore M. Eugene Finnell 3 

Slidell: 

Aldersgate Christopher H. Andrews 7 

Aldersgate, Associate Thomas L. Howe * 1 

First SaleT. Lilly 2 

First, Associate Helen G. Ploegsma 2 

Hartzell Mt. Zion-Newell J. D. V. Hamilton, Jr. 4 

Springfield-Huff's Chapel-Maurepas ( Alvin S. Mayo LP) 2 

Varnado-Sun-Bush T.B.S. 

Wesley Ray-Live Oak-Mary's Chapel (Robert Nelson Brown LP) 3 



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HUSTON DISTRICT 

District Superintendent Robert L. Peyton 6 

Ansley William M. Stokes, Jr. 23 

Arcadia-Mt. Mariah Thomas 0. Crosby, Jr. 2 

Athens-Crossroads (Joseph H. Windham PTLP) 5 

Bernice-Beech Grove-Summerfield T.B.S. 

Bienville-Mill Creek-Strange T.B.S. 

Calhoun-Beulah-Indian Village Dorothy McGowen 2 

Chatham-Center Point (Thomas C. Beeler LP) 1 

Choudrant-Douglas Brenda Layman 2 

Clay-Sanders Chapel T.B.S. 

Cotton Valley-Pleasant Valley Steven D. Bearden 4 

Downsville-Bethel-Mt. Nebo (H. Austin Smith) 1 

Doyline-Sibley T.B.S. 

Dubach-Hilly (Charles Stovall LP) 1 

Farmerville Lester N. Nance 2 

Gibsland-Oak Grove T.B.S. 

Harmony Chapel-Lisbon-Arizona Cleburne W. Quaid R 4 

Haynesville-Shongaloo Louis M. Coppage, Jr. 2 

Heflin-Brushwood T.B.S. 

Hodge-Dodson-New Hope Mark B. Benge 1 

Homer-Wesley Chapel Terral T. Lowe 4 

Jonesboro Clyde W. Averett 2 

Marion-Bird's Chapel (Elmer B. FantLP) 1 

Minden: 

First James M. Poole 3 

First, Associate B. Paul Durbin R 13 

First, Associate William H. Willis 1 

Lakeview August E. Aamodt 2 

Pine Grove-Bethlehem Karl B. Tooke R 1 

Quitman-Faith Lawrence Gilbert R 1 

Ringgold-Castor-Grand Bayou (Joe D. Solomon LP) 2 

Ruston: 

Trinity Merlin W. Merrill 12 

Trinity, Associate James R. McLelland 1 

Trinity, Associate M. Roily Walker 4 

Grace-Wesley Chapel James H. Humphreys 3 

Simsboro-Salem-Antioch (Clinton A. Jordan LP) 1 

Springhill-Sarepta Beverly E. Bond 2 

Ruston Greater Circuit: 

Eros-Antioch William B. Shaw R 1 

Concord-Mclntyre (Donn M. Kurtz PTLP) 8 

Whitehall-Colquitt-Evergreen ( W. Paul Cassels R) 7 

SHREVEPORT DISTRICT 

District Superintendent W. Odell Simmons 1 

Benton Paul E. Reger R 1 

Belcher L. Gray Wilson R 1 

Blanchard. John R. Johns 2 

Bossier City: 

Barksdale Minns S. Robertson 3 

First James L. Adams 1 

St. Stephen's Roy E. Mouser 2 

Bradford-New Light-Pilgrim's Rest ( W. C. Moore PTLP) 9 

Coushatta-Wesley Robert E. Carter 2 



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Cross Roads-Hall Summit (Donald Johnson PTLP) 1 

Fairview-McDonald-Providence (Oscar E. Player PTLP) 5 

Greenwood-Bethany (John Lavo LP) 1 

Hosston-Gilliam-Ida (Cecil C. Mims) 1 

Keatchie-Shiloh T.B.S. 

Logansport-Bethel John N. Williams 5 

Longstreet-Stonewall Robert E. Taylor 10 

Love Chapel-Haughton Douglas L. Cain 4 

Mansfield-Grand Cane Charles B. Humphreys 5 

Many-Bayou Scie (George A. McVay) 1 

Mooringsport-Oil City Daniel M. Grove, Jr. 9 

Plain Dealing-Walker's Chapel Clarence B. Krumnow R 1 

Pleasant Hill-Mitchell-Pelican Walter Garriott R 2 

Pleasant Valley-Mt. Zion-Bonchest-St. Matthew (Willie Jackson SLP) 2 

Rosa-Taylor's Chapel-James Chapel-Haskin's (Frank Williams PTLP) 2 

Vivian-Rodessa William E. Nolan 1 

Shreveport: 

Broadmoor H. Warren Blakeman 1 

Broadmoor, Associate George F. Pearce, Jr. R 1 

Broadmoor, Associate James W. Matthews R 5 

Caddo Heights-Keithville C. Gerald Richardson 2 

Cedar Grove-Ellerbe Road Edwin H. House, Jr. 4 

Christ Bob Lawton 1 

Fairfield-Jewella Howard L. Milo 9 

First D. L. Dykes, Jr. 29 

First, Associate James W. Moore 11 

First, Associate Carl E. Rhoads, III 8 

First, Associate Jerry Hilbun 2 

Johnson Chapel-Mt. Zion (Lee C. Jennings R) 7 

Lakeview Howard B. Childs 1 

Mangum Daniel W. Tohline 6 

Morningside Lynn W. Merrill 1 

Noel Stone W. Caraway 4 

Noel, Associate Fred W. Schwendimann R 3 

Noel, Associate Kathy Clark-Dickens 2 

North Highlands Robert I. Galatas 6 

St. James-Round Grove James A. Graham 4 

St. Luke's DonaldK. McDowell 1 

St. Paul Nathan Daniels, Jr. 6 

Summer Grove John M. Braden 3 

Trinity (Leo L. Beck) 5 

Wynn (Harold W. Longfellow) 12 

Wesley-Shady Grove George L. Thomas 12 

Zwolle-Converse-Noble Raymond DeLaughter 4 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS WITHIN 

CONNECTIONAL STRUCTURE 

Director of Financial Affairs James J. Caraway BRH 4 

Director of Special Ministries Samuel W. Walker BRL 3 

Director of Program Harvey G. Williamson BRH * 1 

Associate Director of Program W. Dwight Ramsey BRH 1 

Conference Youth Coordinator Leland Patterson Culligan BRH 1 

Assoc. Prof, of Phil. & Rel. Studies SMU Benjamin A. Petty NOH 30 

Prof, of Teaching Min. , Ilif f School of Theol Clarence H. Snelling Jr. NOH 19 

Director of Admissions, Perkins School SMU Linn C. Richardson S 1 



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Prof, of Social Ethics, Candler School of Theol Theodore R. Weber NOH 25 

Off. of Fid. Serv., BGM National Division James E. Christie R 4 

President, Centenary College, Shreveport Donald A. Webb S 6 

T. L. James Prof, of Rel., Centenary College Webb D. Pomeroy S 30 

Chap. & Chm. of Dept. of Rel. Assoc. Prof, of Rel Robert Ed Taylor S 22 

Assoc. Prof, of Christ. Ed., Centenary College Donald G. Emler S 6 

Director CSC Program, Centenary College Herbert M. Scott S 5 

Chaplain, DiUard University LeslieP. Norris NOS 8 

Execut. Dir. Louisiana Interchurch Conf James L. Stovall BRH 7 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS TO EXTENSION MINISTRIES 

Fid. Representative, Off. of Tech. Ass. GBGM David Billings NOS 2 

Supt., Methodist Home Hospital William P. Fraser NOH 3 

Supt. People Comm. Ctr/Dir. N.O. Metro Min William R. London, Jr. NOH 11 

Director, Hughes Memorial Center William J. Miller BRH 13 

Chaplain/Dir. Past. Care, Pendleton Mem. Hosp Paul G. Durbin NOS 7 

Assoc. Chap., Pendleton Meth. Hosp (Judy E. Nelson OD) NOS 1 

Chap. Meth. Children's Home/Dir. Pub. Rel Douglas T. Williams, Jr. R 9 

Supt., Camp Istrouma (J. Monroe Wilkes) BRH 18 

Chaplain, East Louisiana State Hosp. Jackson Walter C. Worthy BRH 12 

Louisiana Tech Univ., Campus Min William M. Stokes R 26 

Northeast La. University Campus Minister James E. Wilson M 14 

Northwestern La University Campus Minister Robert E. Townsend A 6 

Southeastern LA Univ. Campus Minister William M. Jacocks BRH 9 

Southern University Campus Minister Freida Brown BRL 1 

Tulane University Campus Minister Robert Wagener NOH 5 

Univ. of Southwestern LA Campus Min Don R. Ross BRL 5 

UNO, SUNO, Delgado Campus Minister Carol Susan Winn NOS 2 

Military Chaplain, US Air Force Lucien E. Larche M 27 

Military Chaplain, US Army Forest N. Blount M 21 

Military Chaplain, US Army Willie Lee Henry NOS 9 

Military Chaplain, US Navy Robert G. Rowland LC 8 

Military Chaplain, US Navy William G. Willson LC 25 

Military Chaplain, Vet. Admin Thomas M. Babington, III BRL 16 

Military Chaplain, Vet. Admin., Shreveport Floyd M. Durham S 12 

Military Chaplain, Vet. Admin., N.M J. W. Williams NOS 3 

Chaplain, Dixon Correctional Institute Bertrand Griffin BRL 6 

Chaplain, Central Louisiana State Hosp Roland K. Friedrich A 19 

Chaplain, Lafayette General Hospital Richard Behling BRL 2 

Chaplain, Baton Rouge General Hospital Henry E. Pickett BRH 7 

SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS BEYOND 

LOCAL CHURCH STRUCTURES 

Clinical Chapl., Birchwood Campus, South Carolina Howard D. Ellzey BRL 10 

Chap. /Assoc. Prof, of Rel. Curry College W. Russell Pregeant BRH 11 

Dir. Child Care Services, Juliette Fowler Homes Joe E. Fogle NOS 5 

Exec. Dir. of Creative Min. Assoc, Durham, N.C Cathy Carlson M 7 

Chaplain & Dir. Dept. of Pastoral Counseling Roy B. Nash NOH 5 

Chaplain, Huntsville Texas State Prison William R. Pittman NOS 3 

Medical Tech/Chap. Alco, Rehab Center, VA Hosp C. Gerald Fuller NOS 3 

Chaplain, Desert Samaritan Hospital, Mesa, Ariz Dan R. Allen S 3 

APPOINTED TO ATTEND SCHOOL 

Asbury Theological Seminary, Baton Rouge-Hammond Leon A. Boggs 



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Candler School of Theol., Monroe Paul C. Carroll, Jr. 

Candler School of Theol., New Orleans-Slidell Ronald Dauphin 

Perkins School of Theol., Shreveport John Van Dickens 

Candler School of Theol., Monroe Deborah Drash-Carroll 

Boston School of Theol., Monroe Jon 0. Hattaway 

Iliff School of Theol., Shreveport James W. Mitchell 

Perkins School of Theol., New Orleans-Slidell Mary C. Sloan 

Iliff School of Theol., New Orleans-Slidell Jerry Van Hoosen 

DIACONAL MINISTERS 

Director of Rel. Educ, University, Lake Charles Marsha Gayle Alexander 

Director of Christian Education, Jefferson Barbara C. Einsel 

Children's Coordinator, GBD Barbara Garcia 

Director of Conf. Rel., Div. of Diac. Min., Nashville Joaquin Garcia 

Guidance Counsellor, Merry ville H.S Norma K. Garlington 

Dir. of Christian Education, Horseshoe Patricia Haulk Hogan 

Director of Music, Zachary Sidney Montegudo 

Dir. of Christian Education University, Lake Charles Mrs. Lura Hunter 

Dir. of Christian Education, St. Paul's, Monroe Doris Pennington Sheppard 

CSC Program, Centenary College Cheryl T. Washburn 

Director of Rel. Educ, First, Alexandria Lylln Guth 

MISSIONARY 

Missionary to Liberia Ester L. Hammond 

DISABILITY LEAVE 

Sidney Earl Irving A 3 

Lewis E. Milem A 8 

LEAVE OF ABSENCE 

Richard 0. Beckham, III NOS 3 

Douglas L. Davis NOH 1 

PearlW.Evans BRL 2 

Lloyd A. Foreman NOH 4 

MillicentC. Feske NOH 1 

Theresa McConnell A 1 

M. Lewis Morris, Jr R 2 

James Richardson S 1 

Jay R. Rogers A 2 

CraigTaylor BRH 1 

PaulL. Wesley NOH 1 

MarieP. Williams S 2 

LorrisM. Wimberly, Jr BRL 2 

HONORABLE LOCATION 

Bruce J. Layman R 1 

George W. Martin S 1 



WITHDRAWN 

Lee Kneipp 

TRANSFERRED IN 

Thomas L. Howe, Jr., deacon on probation, from the Southwest Texas Conference. 



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TRANSFERRED OUT 

Arthur A. Robinson, Jr., elder in full connection to the Western North Carolina Conference. 
Terry C. Lowe, elder in full connection to the Northwest Texas Conference. 
Robert Branker Crichlow, Jr., elder in full connection to the Texas Conference. 
R. Lee McKenzie, deacon on probation, to the Oklahoma Conference. 

(District Abbreviations: A-Alexandria ; BRH-Baton Rouge-Hammond; BRL-Baton Rouge- 
Lafayette; LC-Lake Charles; M-Monroe; NOH-New Orleans-Houma ; NOS-New Orleans- 
Slidell; R-Ruston; S-Shreveport.) 



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VI. Reports 

Conference Calendar 



JUNE 1982 

1 Pre-Conf erence Training session — ALL DISTRICTS 7 : 30 p.m. 

7-10 Annual Conference 

14-17 Bishop's Week, Mt. Sequoyah 

14-18 West Gulf Regional School of Missions, SUM, Dallas 

19-22 Youth Leadership, Camp Istrouma 

26-27 Conference Retreat, UMM, Louisiana College, Pineville 

JULY 1982 

5-9 Jurisdiction Youth Ministry ( JYME) , OCU, Oklahoma City 

10-16 Lab/Seminar, Mt. Sequoyah 

12-15 Pastor's School 

19-22 Camp Meet'n Time Mt. Sequoyah 

19-22 Youth Leadership Event, Camp Istrouma 

19-25 School of Christian Missions , Centenary College 

AUGUST 1982 

27-28 Ethnic Minority Leadership Event 

SEPTEMBER 1982 

9 Centenary Church Council 

9-10 Orientation Retreat for PAY Class, BOM, Camp Brewer 

17-18 UMW Annual Meeting, Lake Charles 

20 Local Church Ecumenism Seminar, St. Luke, New Orleans 

21 Local Church Ecumenism Seminar, First Presbyterian, Shreveport 

20-21 Board of Directors, Louisiana Interchurch Conference, Manresa, House of 

Retreats — Convent, Louisiana 

24 Conference Camping Committee, Horseshoe UMC, Alexandria 

25 Board of Discipleship, Conference Office 

Board of Global Ministries, Conference Office 

26 Christian Education Sunday Offering 
27-28 Board of Ordained Ministry Workshop, SCJ 
28-30 What's happening to the Clergy Family, SCJ 
30 Council on Finance and Administration 
OCTOBER 1982 

3 World Communion Sunday 

4-7 Mountain Top Retreat, Mt. Sequoyah 

4-8 C.E.F. Jurisdictional Meeting, St. Antonio 

5 Curricu-shop, Ruston 

7-8 Curricu-shop, First UMC, Baton Rouge 

8-10 JYTeam 

8-10 TV Awareness Workshop, Catholic Retreat 

10 Laity Sunday 

29-30 Financial Promotion Workshop, UMW 

29 Theological Reflection for PAY Class, First UMC, Alexandria 

30-31 College Student Fall Retreat 
NOVEMBER 1982 

5 Church Women United World Community Day 

12-13 Confirmation Seminar — Dallas 

13 Higher Education in Campus Ministry 

28 United Methodist Student Day Offering 
DECEMBER 1982 

19 Christmas Good Samaritan Offering 

20 Last day to submit vouchers for payment 






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JANUARY 1983 

3 Last day for sending money for the 1982 Fiscal Year 

10-20 District Audits 

18 Annual Assembly, LIC, First UMC, Alexandria 

21-22 Convocation of Boards 

27-29 World Development Conference 

FEBRUARY 1983 

MONTH-LONG EMPHASIS ON BLACK COLLEGE FUND 
13 Human Relations Day Offering 

18-19 CCOM Budget Meeting 

27 United Methodist Women's Sunday 

28 Deadline for District to recommend for Deacon/Elders Orders 
MARCH 1983 

7-9 Workshop on Biblical Teaching/Word & Table 

7-9 In-Parish Visit to PAY Class 

9-10 Campus Ministry Open House 

10 Church Women United Assembly 

18-20 Christian/ Jewish Dialogue, Alexandria UMW Retreat, Assembly Center, 

Biloxi 
APRIL 1983 

1 Pre-Conf erence Reports Due 

3 Easter Good Samaritan Offering 

22 Pre-Retirement Counseling, First UMC, Alexandria 

28-29 Last Retreat for PAY Class 
MAY 1983 

6 Pre-Conf erence Reports Mailed 
JUNE 1983 

6-9 Annual Conference, Centenary College 

JULY 1983 

11-14 Pastor's School — Centenary College 

A. Reports Of Councils 

Council On Finance And Administration 

We are thankful for the support of the churches in the Louisiana Annual Conference for 
the faithful support they have given to the financial matters of the Conference. 

Your stewardship and support for many worthy causes has been outstanding. We can all 
be grateful that our blessings can be used for the work of God's church in ministry and 
mission. 

Report No. One 

1 . We recommend the observance of the following special days : 

Louisiana United Methodist Foundation Month September, 1982 

Christian Education Sunday September 26, 1982 

World Communion Sunday October 3, 1982 

United Methodist Student Day November 28, 1982 

Christmas Good Samaritan Offering December 19, 1982 

Human Relations Day February 13, 1983 

One Great Hour of Sharing March 13, 1983 

Easter Good Samaritan Offering April 3, 1983 

Youth Service Fund May 22, 1983 

2. The Council recommends a continued emphasis by all churches of Advance Specials, 
both of the General Advance and of Conference Specials, requesting, however, that all 
churches pay in full the World Service and Conference Benevolences apportionment 
before appropriating funds for second-mile projects. 



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3. We recommend the continued support of Western Methodist Assembly at Mt. 
Sequoyah, Arkansas, with a goal of $20.00 per pastoral charge. Each district is to raise 
the amount on the basis of the total number of charges in the district. 

4. We recommend that the Louisiana Moral and Civic Foundation be granted the 
opportunity to present its cause to the local church and community. 

5. It is recommended that the Louisiana National Bank and the American Bank of Baton 
Rouge, Louisiana, be designated as the principal depositories for funds of the Louisiana 
Annual Conference. 

6. The council has contracted with George A. Lewis, Certified Public Accountant, of the 
firm Broussard, Pouche, Lewis and Breaux of Lafayette and Crowley, Louisiana, to 
audit the books of the Conference Treasurer. The Council expects to receive from the 
accountant an audit report for the year ending December 31, 1981 before the June, 1982 
session of the Annual Conference. 

7. The Council recommends the continuation of the system of apportionments on the 
decimal plan (see Conference rules). The Council recommends that the Conference 
authorize an exception to Conference Rule number one to allow the apportionment for 
Pensions to be adjusted by the Director of Financial Affairs, with the concurrence of 
the District Superintendents and the executive committee of C.F.A., so that there will 
not be an undue burden on the small church. This exception to the Conference Rule One 
would not be allowed beyond 1984. 

8. We recommend that the pastoral charge consider an amount of $4,200 for Pastor's 
Travel Allowance for 1983 and consider $2,400 for utilities expense for each minister. 

9. We recommend that the local churches pay a maximum of $1,500 on the moving 
expense of minister by the new church to which the minister is appointed. 

10. We remind the ministers of the Annual Conference who will move to another charge 
that they are to accept salary and expense only through May 31, 1982, from the charge 
they are presently serving. All June salary expense will be paid by the new charge. 

11. In order to comply with the federal income tax regulations, we recommend that the 
utilities and other housing expenses on the Conference Directors' residences, and the 
district parsonages be considered a part of their salaries as "Housing Allowance." 

Report No. Two 

1. The Council recommends that the Conference adopt the following budget for 
Conference Administration, to be raised in the calendar year 1983: 
LA Conference Administration Fund 

Camp Brewer $ 1,500 

Gulfside 3,000 

Area Administration Fund 4,800 

Annual Conference Expense 6,000 

Conference Joint Office 359,350 

CFAExpense 3,000 

CFA Contingency 15,450 

COM Expense & Program Fund 20,600 

Methodist Foundation Promotion & Expense 12,800 

Conference Publications 25,000 

Episcopal Committee 3,500 

$455,000 
FUNDING 

Pensions $ 3p,000 

Conference Administration 375,000 

Contingency 50,000 

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2. The Council recommends the following Conference Benevolences Budgets : 

1982* 1983** 1984*** 

Church and Society $ 3,600 $ 3,820 $ 3,900 

Diaconal Ministry 2,300 2,740 3,100 

Discipleship 15,810 16,000 16,270 

Global Ministries 81,000 83,000 90,000 

Laity 9,000 10,530 9,680 

Ordained Ministry 3,325 4,160 4,500 

Archives & History 1,500 3,110 2,400 

Christian Unity and 

Interreligious Aff 700 960 2,550 

Religion&Race 1,315 1,270 1,500 

COSROW 2,000 2,060 2,550 

Conference Youth Team 6,250 7,350 7,550 

Program Priorities ^ ^ ^ 

TOTALS $126,800 $135,000 $144,000 

♦Raised in 1981 
**To be raised in 1982 
***To be raised in 1983 

3. The Council recommends the following Conference General Budget for 1983 : 

1982 1983 

Pensions Fund $ 600,000 $ 650,000 

District Superintendent Fund 375,000 415,000 

EpiscopalFund 80,000 82,000 

Equitable Salary Fund 25,000 25,000 

Temp. General Aid Fund 22,000 20,000 

Interdenominational Fund 16,700 16,700 

General Administration Fund 45,000 45,000 

Jurisdictional Administration Fund 16,000 16,000 

La. Conference Adm. Fund 320,000 375,000 

World Service & Conference Benevolence 570,000 600,000 

Ministerial Education 214,500 230,000 

Black College Fund 97,400 101,500 

Missional Priority Fund 72,500 72,500 

Centenary College 356,500 400,000 

Wesley Foundation 351,000 380,000 

Educational Priorities Fund 82,000 83,000 

La. Interchurch Conference 19,000 20,000 

TOTALS $3,262,600 $3,531,700 

World Service and Conference Benevolences are broken down as follows : 

General World Service $455,000 75.83% 

Conference Benevolences 145,000 24.17% 

4. We recommend that the secretary of the Annual Conference serve as the Editor of the 
Conference Journal and the Editor be authorized to eliminate detailed financial and 
audit reports from the Journal, including instead, a statement indicating where the 
detailed report is filed and to condense all reports wherever possible. 

5. We recommend that seventy-five (75%) percent of the money raised in the Annual 
Conference for the Black College Fund be designated for Dillard University, New 
Orleans, Louisiana. 

6. We recommend that the Annual Conference grant permission to Centenary College, 
and/or Dillard University, to make an appeal for every church in the Conference to 
send a "paid student" to the college. 

7. We recommend that the Treasurer be authorized to pay $6,000 from the District 
Superintendent's Fund for expense of Cabinet Meetings and up to $1,000 for telephone 
calls involving appointments. We recommend that each District Conference establish 



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and elect a District Council on Finance and Administration composed of four lay 
persons and three ministers. The District Superintendent, Conference, Jurisdictional, 
and General Conference representatives of the Council on Finance and Administration 
within the bounds of the district shall be ex-officio members. Every consideration 
should be given to ethnic Minority representation. The Treasurer of the Conference is 
authorized to pay from the District Superintendents' Fund to the Pension Fund an 
amount for each District Superintendent to meet the General Board of Pensions 
requirement for 1983. 

8. We recommend that each district provide at least half-time secretarial help for the 
District Superintendent from funds made available from the district budget. The 
Annual Conference requires that copies of the annual budget and audit be given each 
year to the Conference Council on Finance and Administration not later than January 
15 following the fiscal year. For 1983, we recommend the following income be paid the 
District Superintendents from the District Superintendent's Fund (see Conference 
Rules) : Base Salary — $33,000 Base Auto Allowance — $3,000 Utilities Expenses — 
$2,400 and an amount not to exceed $3,300 for travel expense, to be drawn by voucher. 

9. Each Council Board, Commission, Committee, etc., of the Conference receiving 
funding from the Conference shall designate one person, other than the chairman, as 
the Finance Officer. The Finance Officer shall keep for that Board or agency a current 
record of financial transactions involving the budget receipts and expenditures for that 
body. The Finance Officer shall receive all vouchers from members and shall approve 
and submit same to the Conference Treasurer for expense reimbursement. The 
vouchers must be specific and in detail and be accompanied by the appropriate 
receipts, and must bear the signed approval of the Finance Officer, and the Finance 
Officer shall in turn submit them to the Conference Treasurer within three weeks. In 
order to assist the Conference Treasurer to close out the books and set up the books for 
a new fiscal year, we recommend that all Finance Officers submit final vouchers of 
said Board and agencies by December 20, 1982. 

10. All institutions and agencies receiving funds from the Annual Conference are required 
to submit a financial statement at the end of each calendar year (Paragraph 708.4) . A 
list of all investments and the returns therefrom shall be submitted annually 
(Paragraph 708) . The financial statements and investment information shall be sent to 
the Conference Treasurer for the Council. 

11. The Council recommends that the Annual Conference instruct the Conference 
Treasurer to deduct from the first month's payment of funds to the Conference Boards 
and agencies any surplus funds they may have had from their budget of the prior year. 
The Council recommends that the Annual Conference continue to place in the 
Contingency Fund of the Annual Conference all interest from the invested funds of the 
different Conference Boards and agencies. We further recommend that the Council use 
the Investment Committee of the Louisiana United Methodist Foundation to assist in 
the investment of Conference Funds. We recommend that the Conference Treasurer 
and the Chairman of the Conference Council on Finance and Administration continue to 
serve on the Investment Committee of the Louisiana United Methodist Foundation. We 
further recommend that local churches and Conference Institutions consider using the 
Foundation Investment Committee for the investment of their funds. 

12. Following this Conference session, we recommend that travel expenses for Conference 
Boards and agencies be set at 15 cents per mile. When two or more members are 
traveling together an amount of 18 cents per mile will be paid. 

13. The Council recommends that all Conference Boards and committees search for a 
management style which will allow them to reduce the number of meetings so thafc the 
best stewardship may be obtained from Conference Funds by less funds being used for 
meeting expense. 

14. The Council recommends that the Educational Priorities Fund be divided as follows : 

1) 45.45% to Southern Methodist University, 

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3) 22.08% to Lydia Patterson Institute, 

4) Prior claim of $1,000 to St. Paul School Of Theology. 

Report No. Three 

The Council commends Dr. James J. Caraway, our Conference Treasurer and Director of 
the Office of Financial Affairs for the effective and competent manner in which he manages 
his important responsibility. We are indebted to the Reverend Byrl Moreland for many 
helpful acts of assistance in carrying on the work of the Council during this year. 

J. Woodrow Hearn, President 

W. H. Brumfield, Jr., Vice-President 

Nancy Carruth, Secretary 

Conference Council On Ministries 

The Executive Committee of the Conference Council on Ministries was activated in 1981. 
This committee also serves as the Personnel Committee. For the CCOM, this has been a 
busy and exciting year which included the introduction of a conference-wide television 
satellite program. The excitement and the possibilities for this ministry culminated in the 
establishment of 50 downlinks around the Conference and in the appointment of a 
Conference Director, the Rev. Dwight Ramsey. The Executive Committee of the CCOM has 
been charged with determining programs and priorities and will set policies concerning the 
conference-wide program. 

We thank Bishop Shamblin for his leadership, Dr. D. L. Dykes, his staff and the members 
of First UMC, Shreveport for including the Conference in this exciting ministry. All eyes are 
on the Louisiana Conference as pioneers in the United Methodist Church in this type of 
endeavor. Other conferences have expressed an interest in joining with us. 

A Legislative Liaison Committee was appointed for the Conference Council on Ministries. 
This committee will keep abreast of legislative activities in areas of concern to the church. 
The committee will use the knowledge and expertise of the church to assure that legislation 
is compatible with our ongoing ministries. We appreciate the assistance and expertise of Jo 
Woodjobbyist and member of Broadmoor UMC in Baton Rouge. 

The Legislative Liaison Committee was convened by the Rev. Fred Shirley. Members 
include: Mrs. Lou Alexander, the Rev. Beverly Bond, Dr. Ray Branton, Mr. Terral DeVille, 
the Rev. James Evans, the Rev. William Fraser, Dr. Darrell Lawless, Dr. Charles Teamer, 
Brady B. Forman, Timothy Lawson, Amy Word, the Rev. Phil Woodland and Senator 
Sydney Nelson, ex officio. 

The Research/Planning Task Group was approved by the CCOM to serve as the planning 
and research arm to consult with agencies and local churches and to serve as liaison for 
appropriate planning and projects of the General Council on Ministries. Plans may include 
designs for listening posts in each district. The Task Group was convened by Dr. J. 
Woodrow Hearn. Members include: the Rev. Tracy Arnold, Mrs. Marian Eggerton, Mrs. 
Mary Gordon, the Rev. Don Hall, the Rev. Kathy Henderson, Dr. Thomas Matheny, Dr. 
Alfred Norris and the Rev. Charles Simmons. 

The Executive Committee has worked closely with Dr. Samuel Walker, Director of 
Special Ministries, to coordinate the Quadrennial Priority of "Strengthening and 
Developing the Ethnic Minority Local Church" with all Conference boards and agencies. 
This will enable the Conference to more effectively implement this important priority. 

The Rev. Byrl Moreland has served as Council Director during a difficult period of 
relocation of the offices to temporary and the permanent facilities. This included a new staff 
and a new computer system. He has continued directing program emphases, leading in 
local and district training events, and serving as Editor of the Louisiana Methodist. Byrl 
worked closely with the architect and others on the new Conference Headquarters Building 
to insure the most beneficial design for conference use. We all thank Byrl for a job well done 
and I personally thank him for his patience, humor and help in my first year as Chairperson 
of the Council. 

We look forward to using the magnificent new Conference Headquarters Building. The 
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on display and available for sale. 
We welcome Dr. Harvey Williamson as the new Council Director. We look forward to 

working with him in this important leadership position. 

Amy Ward, Chairperson 
Conference Council on Ministries 

B. Reports Of Boards 

Board Of Church And Society 

INTRODUCTION 

The Louisiana Conference Board of Church and Society is concerned that the gospel be 
known, proclaimed and embodied in all the world. So, as Christians one takes an approach 
in relating ones faith that is timely, and hopefully relevant. The board approaches its 
responsibility from four broad areas. They are: General Welfare, Human Relations, World 
Peace with Justice, and Emerging Social Issues. 

The board's purpose is to study and identify needs of the world, both locally and globally. 
This was attempted through participation in workshops, seminars, and laboratory 
enterprises. The goal is to approach each concern and look at as much data as can be found, 
draw a conclusion, and in most instances, make a recommendation. It is realized that this 
board's very nature causes it to deal with some controversial topics. However, through its 
findings the board feels responsible to speak to the conference and to local churches in two 
directions. First, identify what it believes the gospel has to say to specific concerns and 
problems of society ; secondly, to provide workshops where different views of specific issues 
are presented so participants will be better informed on problems and will be better 
equipped to relate the gospel in their communities. 
GENERAL WELFARE 

The Committee on General Welfare recommends to each local Council on Ministries that 
programming be based on the church's summary made on the need for human care. 

In view of the mission of our church we ask each church to determine how well it is 
meeting selected human care needs. This process is to be conducted by the Board of Church 
and Society Chairperson in the local church and submitted to the District Chairperson who 
in turn will forward to the Conference Board of Church and Society sub-committee on 
General Welfare. 

Questionnaires will be submitted to each local church to solicit perceptions to determine 
to what extent the selected human care needs are being met. We are requesting that time 
will be allotted in your Council on Ministries meeting where all work area chairpersons may 
have input. Filling the questionnaire in the Council's meeting will also assist the local 
council to determine their direction for human care ministry. 
HUMAN RELATIONS 
Report on 1981 Action: 

A one day Family Crisis Seminar was held on September 12, 1981 at the First United Meth- 
odist Church in Baton Rouge, LA. The three workshops included in the seminar were well 
attended and all received favorable evaluations from pastors and lay persons. 

Because of the success of the 1981 seminar, the Board of Church and Society is planning 
another seminar in 1982 with the help of Centenary College. This seminar will be held in the 
fall of 1982 in Shreveport, Louisiana. 

CONCERNS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTION IN 1982 
I . Action for the Handicapped : 

The Board of Church and Society urges all persons in churches and church related 
institutions to seriously accept and apply the "Pledge to the Handicapped" wjiich 
reads : (Excerpt p. 116 from last year's Journal) . 

"We are particularly concerned about barrier free construction and about 
employment opportunities for the handicapped. We call upon ministers, church 
administrators and lay persons who are employers to seriously consider hiring 
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II. Prison Reform : 

A. We reaffirm the need for legislative action in providing laws and funding to assure 
improvement of prison conditions in Louisiana. We support community-based 
programs. 

B. We reaffirm our concern for victims of crime and urge continued efforts to create 
workable legislative and judicial procedures to recompense victims. 

C. We encourage ministers to actively seek knowledge about prison conditions and 
programs and to participate in a prison ministry. 

D. We reaffirm our concern about humane treatment of prisoners. 

E. We, the delegates to the Louisiana Annual Conference of the United Methodist 
Church, join with United Methodists nationwide, expressing our opposition to 
capital punishment : 

the President of the Louisiana Annual Conference shall communicate the policy 
of the United Methodist Church on capital punishment to the Governor of the State 
of Louisiana and to the proper committees of the State Legislature; 

the Legislative Liaison Committee of the Council on Ministries shall seek to 
encourage legislation which will eliminate the death penalty in the State of 
Louisiana ; 

United Methodist Christians throughout the state are urged to express their 
opposition to capital punishment and to work toward its abolition. 

III . Individual Civil Liberties : 

The Board of Church and Society recognizes a growing mood in the United States 
favoring limitations on rights of persons to make choices regarding their own life 
styles. It is the opinion of the Board that legislation does not always make social ills go 
away and in fact, may occasionally worsen such problems. 

We feel that such choices as family planning decisions, employment and educa- 
tional decisions, decisions as to where persons can travel abroad, and censorship 
should be left up to the individual. 

IV. Alcohol-related Automobile Accidents : 

The National Safety Council has statistically verified that Louisiana ranks second 
in the nation in deaths caused by traffic accidents. It is also statistically verifiable 
that misuse of alcohol played a prominent role in many of these accidents. 

With this in mind, we urge the following action: (1) That current DWI laws be 
vigorously enforced and that this enforcement be given high priority. (2) That the 
Board of Church and Society in conjunction with the Conference Council on Ministries 
join forces with the Interchurch Conference and programs of other denominations to 
develop effective programs to identify the abuse of alcohol and to educate persons 
who choose to use alcohol about the dangers of driving while drinking. 
WORLD PEACE WITH JUSTICE 
Nuclear War — Crisis for Faith 

The development and use of nuclear weapons in the 1940's was a new experience for 
human beings. It was seen as the "just way" to end a terrible world war through the 
development of the atom bomb. Since that time strides in technology have so advanced the 
usage of nuclear weapon systems that we have a clearer picture of what faces us with its 
development and deployment in the future. 

During that time the primary reason for the development of nuclear weapons systems 
was national security. But what we have discovered as a result of our technological 
development is that we now have less security rather than more. Both the Soviet Union and 
the United States have the ability to destroy each other forty times over. The United States 
has enough nuclear warheads on the Trident Submarine alone to destroy every major city in 
the Soviet Union. Adding numbers of warheads to each arsenal will not make us more 
secure. Neither the United States nor the Soviet Union can find acceptable stopping places. 
Each nation insists that nuclear superiority is necessary for national security. Every 
nuclear weapon developed by either country only spurs the other country to develop its 
nuclear arsenals in greater quantity and quality. The escalation will only continue. Staying 
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The Christian acceptance of nuclear weapons has brought United Methodists to a crisis in 
faith. The nuclear threat is not just a political issue anymore. It challenges our very 
commitment to the values which Jesus instilled in his disciples then and now. It is more than 
a test of survival. It is a test of our faith. Jesus taught us to be peace makers. Peace making 
is an active and reconciling activity and not a passive and wishful activity (Matthew 5:9). 
Jesus taught that ultimately those who live by the sword will die by the sword (Matthew 
26:52). He taught that retaliation for somebody else's violence is never to be a response to 
violence (5:38-42). We are taught that if our brother has something against us we should go 
make peace with our brother (Matthew 5:21-24). We are reminded to love our enemy and 
pray for them rather than hate them and find ways to hurt or to destroy them (Matthew 
5:44-45). We are taught to forgive others as we would want to be forgiven (Matthew 6:12). 
Our lives are to be characterized as ones who love all of creation just as God loves it (John 
3:16,IJohn4:7-12). 

Nuclear war is total war. Though there has been talk about a limited nuclear war by some 
in the defense department and state department most persons agree that such an exchange 
would not be limited. But even if such an exchange could be limited, the damage would be so 
great that destruction would not be limited to a given area. Nuclear fallout over a period of 
days, weeks and months would create an infinite number of sicknesses and deaths. 

Nuclear war is total war. Unlimited in its violence, indiscriminate in its victims, uncon- 
trollable in its devastation, nuclear war destroys the very basis for the arguments that 
Christians have used for a just war since the Church adopted the theory many years ago. 

Consequently many have become convinced that Jesus' call to be peace makers urgently 
needs to be renewed in the churches and made specific by a commitment to abolish nuclear 
weapons and to find a new basis for national security. 

Sharing this conviction the Board of Church and Society recommends the following kind of 
actions: 

I. International Concern 

A. Freeze the development, testing and deployment of nuclear weapons by both the 
United States and the Soviet Union and other nations as a first step toward 
abolishing nuclear weapons altogether. 

B. Set a date to convene negotiations between the United States and the Soviet Union 
concerning nuclear weapons reductions and complete nuclear disarmament. 

II. Local Concern 

A. Develop a program of peace and justice in every local church in cooperation with 
the Louisiana Board of Church and Society within the Louisiana Annual 
Conference under the guidance of the Board of Church and Society. 

B. Develop a program on "Parenting for Peace and Justice" to be placed on the 
Alternative Visual Network in cooperation with and with the facilities of First 
United Methodist Church in Shreveport, Louisiana. The program would include 
such issues as developing an understanding of stewardship of life's resources and 
simplicity in lifestyles, developing non-violence in the family, helping children 
deal with violence in the world, multi-cultivating our family life, helping family 
members avoid sex-role stereotyping, and finding ways families can become 
involved in community, nation and world issues. 

EMERGING SOCIAL ISSUES 

1. The Board of Church and Society is sponsoring a Television Awareness Training 
(T-A-T) Workshop in Baton Rouge, October 8-10, 1982, to be conducted by trainers 
from the Media Action Research Center of New York City. 

T-A-T is a positive approach to the whole issue of television programming and the 
values that are taught. The workshop is designed to develop ideas and strategie&to 
assist local churches and individuals to respond creatively to television. Growing 
with Television, a curriculum developed by the Center, will also be introduced. 

2. To enable the Annual Conference to address emerging social issues in a timely and 
responsible manner, a change in Conference Rule 9 is proposed. The Rule, which 
appears in its present form on page 194 of the 1981 Journal, would be rewritten to 



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specify the responsibilities of the Committee on Review and Resolutions and define 

the procedures for submission and consideration of resolutions. Rule 9, as 

reconstructed, would read: 

"Any resolution, proposed by an individual or group other than a conference 

agency, shall first be presented to the committee at least 24 hours before 
consideration by the Annual Conference. The committee shall ensure that the 
resolution is submitted by a properly qualified delegate to the Annual Conference, 
provide adequate duplication and distribution of the resolution to delegates, and 
present the resolution to the Annual Conference without comment (No vote of 
concurrence/non-concurrence shall be taken or reported by the committee.) 
Resolutions may be referred by the committee to a conference agency for study. 
Said agency may include the resolution in its report or refer it back to the 
committee on Review and Resolutions for its consideration before presenting it to 
the Annual Conference." 

Notification of the proposed change was forwarded to the Committee on the Rules 
within ten days after the Convocation of Boards. 
3. Progress continues on the development of an IMPACT network for Louisiana. 
IMPACT is an interreligious legislative information and action network of persons 
who feel the church should have an "impact" on the development of public policy. 
Target date for the establishment of Louisiana IMPACT coincides with the opening 

of the state legislature in 1983. 

James O.Evans, 

Board Chairperson 

Jason C. Owen, Secretary 

Board Of Diaconal Ministry 

The Board of Diaconal Ministry has been involved in recruiting, interviewing for 
certification and consecration, and providing professional support of persons in diaconal 
careers during the past year. 

The following continuing education requirements have been approved by the Board for 
persons seeking renewal of certifications beginning in 1982: 

Certified Christian Educators: Ten (10) hours of participation in workshops, seminars, 
etc. that are beneficial to your professional area of specialized ministry, i.e., educational 
ministry. In addition 4 books related to the area of professional ministry shall be reported 
each year. Educators must also have membership in at least one professional association 
related to education, e.g., Christian Educators Fellowship, Religious Education Asso- 
ciation, etc. 

Certified Musicians: The requirement includes 5 hours of participation in workshops, 
seminars, etc. that are beneficial to music ministry. In addition 4 professional books are 
required related to the ministry of music, art, and worship as well as membership in a 
professional organization related to church music such as the Choristers Guild or the 
Fellowship of United Methodists in Worship, Music, and Other Arts. 

Other professional certified persons shall have 10 hours of participation in their 
appropriate workshops and seminars, along with the requirement of 4 professional books 
and membership in appropriate professional organizations. 

An unemployed person who seeks to continue certification may participate in 5 hours of 
workshops, etc., while reading 4 professional books and continuing membership in a 
professional organization. 

Beginning in 1983, persons seeking continuation as Diaconal Ministers must participate in 
a total of 20 hours in professionally related continuing education events and workshops. 

This spring, the Board cooperated with the LaCEF chapter in a continuing education 
project. The Board supported the LaCEF spring retreat financially and by authorizing 1 
C.E.U. credit for its workshop. Excellent leadership was given by Barbara Garcia on 
"Worship Ministries and Children." 

During the past year the Recruitment and Interpretation Committee under the leadership 
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booklet through general mailings along with additional copies distributed at the Campus 
Ministries Retreat in the fall. 

Through the work of our Ethnic Minority Recruitment Committee led by John D. V. 
Hamilton and Robert Wagener a grant of $10,400 for 1982 was received from the General 
Church's Ethnic Minority Concerns Committee and the Division of Diaconal Ministry for 
the New Orleans Bi-District Black Education Project. Twelve cluster churches have been 
selected for a pilot program using the skills of an ethnic minority Christian educator in a 
"Christian Education Enrichment Program." 

Through the efforts of Sandra Holly and Norma Garlington, the Support Systems 
Committee of the Board mailed over 70 packets of information and resources to Staff -Parish 
Relations Committees in the Conference. The information suggested guidelines for job 
descriptions of lay professionals, job contracts, and other employer/employee relationship 
issues. With the emphasis on continuing education for persons in diaconal careers as well as 
in ordained ministry, local churches are encouraged to be sensitive to the needs of profes- 
sionals for continuing education funds in the church's budget. 

The following calendar items are given as reminders to persons seeking renewal of their 
certifications/consecrations, and to those applying for certification and/or consecration for 
the first time. 

December 15, 1982 — All certification applications and renewal applications should be 
submitted to the Board Registrar. 

All application materials for consecration as Diaconal Minister must be submitted to the 
Board Registrar. 

January, 1983 — (at Convocation of Boards) Review of renewal and interviews of 
candidates for certification and consecration. 

April 15, 1983 Deadline for new Diaconal Minister applications for candidacy for 1983-84 
year. 

Candidates for consecration must be enrolled with the Board for one year prior to 
consecration. 

The Board has been involved in the study of the proposed changes defining the nature of 
ordained ministry and diaconal ministry that is to be proposed to the 1984 General 
Conference. Joaquin Garcia, both a member of the General Division of Diaconal Ministry 
and of our Board, has been helpful in keeping us informed of the issues being studied. A 
Jurisdictional meeting on the proposed legislation will be held in Dallas, November 1, 1982. 

Donald G. Emler, Chairperson 

Board Of Discipleship 

The Board of Discipleship has been active in training events in our Conference during the 
past year. Several of the workshops are described in reports presented by various Work 
Areas of the Board of Discipleship. In addition to those workshops, the Board of Discipleship 
sponsored the Intro 80's Workshop at First United Methodist Church, Alexandria, on March 
12 and 13, 1982. Leadership teams from the nine (9) Districts received an introduction to the 
new curriculum resources along with plans for presenting the new material to local 
churches in each District. 

The Board of Discipleship is continuing to plan the Curric-U-Shops for the Louisiana 
Conference scheduled in Ruston on October 5, 1982, Trinity United Methodist Church, and 
Baton Rouge October 7 and 8, 1982, First United Methodist Church. This will be one of the 
most significant events sponsored by the Board of Discipleship in recent years. Local 
churches are encouraged to clear their calendars for this special event to enable all who are 
interested to participate in the Curric-U-Shop. Individuals who have been in previous 
Curric-U-Shops have said, "It's worth taking a day off from work to see the resources 
available from our publishing house." 

The Board of Discipleship wants to be sensitive to the needs of the local churches and 
districts of our Conference. The Board will continue to provide up to 75% of the expense for 
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such events are approved by the District Council on Ministries and presented for financial 
consideration at a regular meeting of the Board of Discipleship. 

If the Board of Discipleship can be of help to you during this coming year, please call on 
us. 

W. Dwight Ramsey, Chairperson 

Leadership Development 

The BOD has discussed the importance of leadership development across the conference 
during the 80's. Leadership is a living, changing function relative to the current needs of the 
local church, the district or the annual conference. And so, our aim is to develop persons for 
action to initiate, plan and implement tasks to meet these needs. Our special emphasis will 
be on the small membership churches, especially those without a multiple staff. However, 
we want to experience growth, new life and greater outreach in all of our churches. 

Hopefully, we can work with the District COM'S and local churches in developing training 
enterprises to strengthen leadership in three areas : 

1. the church school 

2. the evangelistic thrust 

3. communications. 

Listed below are some possible steps to aid in developing leadership among our non- 
certified human resources. 

1. Evaluate your church's ministry and persons whom you serve and determine your 
leadership needs. 

2. Recruit persons who are willing to participate in training and accept responsibility 
toward the accomplishment of the accepted goals. 

3. Collect and review successful training models from other local churches and the 
district COM. 

4. Plan informal training sessions with churches with similar needs. Contact District 
COM, conference office for possible resource persons. 

5. Use UM Curriculum Materials, Discipleship Resources, simplified job 
descriptions prepared by the conference office for study and training. 

6. Use Audio-visual materials from the conference library. 

7. Send prospective leaders to the Curric-U-Shop in October at First Church, Baton 
Rouge or Trinity Church in Ruston. 

8. Become familiar with the new TV satellite ministry. 

9. Exchange periodicals, materials, human resources with churches with special 
needs. 

Help is on the way. Age level teams from each district were trained at Info-80 on March 12 
and 13. They previewed the new curriculum and developed strategies for sharing with you. 

Since the district COM assumes the major role for leadership development, we would 
request that the COM assist us in conducting a simple needs assessment of churches which 
can be motivated to participate. The BOD will then investigate some possible strategies for 
meeting these needs. 

"Open our hands, that we might share in ways that let all know you care. Make us 
unselfish, keep us aware of being your stewards everywhere. " 

J. Vernita Booker, Chairperson 

Children's Ministries 

Pastors, parents, teachers, and church members, are called to provide effective Christian 
witness to ensure child and faith development of children, to involve children in the varied 
ministries of the church and to interpret the meaning of the Christian faith. We must 
develop an awareness of children as persons. In addition to our role as advocators, we must 
continue to review our perception of our tasks, and strive to understand the growth and 



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development of the children whom we serve. 

During the year 1981-82, many activities were carried on by local churches and districts. 
However, we are unable to record them here. We must strive to develop an effective 
technique for channeling information, models and statistics relative to children's 
ministries. Vacation Church School Workshops, Teacher Training Enterprises and Info-80 
were effective activities. Age level teams from each district were trained by repre- 
sentatives of the General BOD at First Church in Alexandria. These teams will follow-up 
with district meetings. Please watch for the announcement of your district training session. 

In an effort to widen our fellowship, share our experiences, and increase our 
effectiveness, we suggest that the district coordinator of children's ministries organize 
workers with children in district, subdistrict or cluster groups. The district COM, the 
conference office, or other local churches can be helpful in securing resource persons or 
materials. 

I am greatly concerned about children's ministries in the local church. Children live in a 
variety of settings. Thus, we need to provide many learning experiences, which enable them 
to live and serve in the 80's. Hence our goals must be multi-dimensional. During this year, 
please consider the following areas of concern : 

1. Children in the church school with emphasis on attendance, curriculum, workers, 
membership status and family participation. 

2. Children in the corporate worship service with emphasis on involvement, special 
worship experiences, interaction and language of the faith. 

3. Extended activities such as week-day ministries, elementary after-school care, 
summer ministries, scouting, camping, creative expression or tutoring. 

4. Outreach for Christian Mission with emphasis on giving to UM Children's Fund 
and taking a meaningful part in the church's missional priority and five special 
programs for this quadrennium. 

5. Attendance of adult workers to the Curric-U-Shop at First Church, Baton Rouge or 
Trinity Church, Ruston. 

Let's show our children that we care, by enabling them to experience the meaning of 
discipleship as a participant in the faith community. The task is great. But we are able. 

J . Vernita Booker, Chairperson 

Camping 

The following is a report for the 1982 Summer Camping sponsored by the districts. Each 

campsite is listed separately. 

Elementary: Brewer Caney Istrouma Lake Charles 

Campers 108 275 269 62 

Leaders 24 43 38 14 

Jr. Hi.: 

Campers 44 295 99 26 

Leaders 11 36 20 9 

Sr. Hi. : 

Campers 76 55 21 

Leaders 12 11 7 

TOTALS: 

Campers 152 646 423 109 

Leaders 35 91 69 30 

William I. Eubanks 

Evangelism 



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in need. It is an important ministry for clergy and laity. The Board of Discipleship this year 
has begun planning an exciting new approach to this ministry that goes beyond the 
strategies that have characterized local church evangelism in the recent past. 

Functioning with the support and counsel of Bishop Shamblin and the Cabinet, the 
Evangelism Committee of the Board has brought together the District Chairpersons on 
Evangelism for a series of meetings to define needs within the conference and to seek ways 
of strengthening the local church for its evangelistic mission in the world. We have been 
fortunate to obtain the assistance of one of the General Board of Discipleship's very best, 
Dr. Ron Crandall. He will work with us in developing what we believe to be a truly exciting 
program for church growth in Louisiana during the eighties. 

A committee including representatives from the Cabinet, the Conference Program Office, 
and District Evangelism Chairpersons will be at work this year. Our goal is to develop a 
conference-wide comprehensive plan for evangelism — one that goes beyond the 
specialist/event orientation of the past and challenges lay and clergy persons alike to 
commit themselves to be the church in all their relationships and in all dimensions of their 
lives. By the time this conference convenes again, we hope to be presenting you with the 
details of this strategy. 

Jim Wyche, Chairperson 

Young Adult Ministries 

The young adult area of the Board of Discipleship held a winter retreat at Camp Istrouma, 
February 5-6, 1982. This event was viewed as an event at which to clarify the meaning, 
thrust, and scope of young adult ministry in the conference. Rev. Jim Ozier, Lakeshore 
UMC, Dallas, acted as resource person for this event. Sixty-five young adults and young 
adult leaders attended this event. 

Douglas L. Cain, Chairperson 

Board Of Global Ministries 

In each new generation Christ calls persons to be his disciples and gives them tasks to 
perform in His service. The tasks vary from generation to generation, and the focus of 
interest may change several times within the experience of one generation and yet the call 
to mission persists and no church is fully Christian which fails to heed it. The report of the 
Board of Global Ministries embraces many aspects of mission. There is a new and vigorous 
movement on behalf of church extension, and new churches are being developed in our state 
after almost two decades of dormancy. Persons are trained and stand ready to serve and to 
lead in case of natural disasters. Health and Welfare institutions of our conference provide 
ongoing service at some of the points of greatest continuing need in our state. A concern for 
global hunger has become a prominent part of our mission experience, and plans have been 
laid both to promote further participation in the FISH PROJECT (formerly called the LSU 
Hunger Project) and to develop a Bishop's Conference on hunger and World development to 
highlight the opportunity and the need. Ongoing education about the many varieties of 
mission involvement possible through the United Methodist Church is always essential, and 
this year there was a training event held in each district to teach local church leaders how to 
develop a mission consciousness in their churches. The Revolving Loan Fund continues to 
serve by providing churches with a ready source of funds to aid in local church construction 
or renovation. Support for Action Ministries provides financial assistance for numerous 
mission projects, most of them through the local churches of our conference. In these and 
other ways, your Board of Global Ministries seeks to represent you as we respond to God's 
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Report Of Church Extension 



The population of Louisiana increased over 500,000 between 1970 and 1980, over 15%. The 
projected population growth for the 1980's is even greater. 

Methodists in Louisiana have a unique opportunity and special responsibility to plan for 
areas of growing population. Bishop Kenneth Shamblin has led the way in making this a top 
priority in Conference concerns. Between February 22 and March 4, 1982, the Bishop spoke 
at Church Extension rallies in each of the nine districts of the Conference. More than 1,500 
persons heard him present the urgent needs of church extension. Gifts of land, in Lake 
Charles and Laplace, gifts of cash, and pledges over a three year period from every district 
were tangible expressions of the spirit of enthusiasm which greeted his appeal. 

Methodists in Louisiana have responded to the need for church extension in three specific 
ways. 

CENTURY III — As Methodists move into the third century of ministry and mission in 
America, we prepare for the future by the acquisition of sites for new churches. Surveys 
have identified areas of rapid growth throughout the state. CENTURY III is a program of 
securing 3 year pledges, or gifts of cash, or stocks, or land which will enable us to secure 
sites for new churches now, while the land is still available and affordable. When we wait 
until a subdivision is fully developed, houses built, shopping centers in operation, land 
prices go beyond our means, and the most visible and accessible sites are not available at 
any price. It's good stewardship to plan ahead. When we can reasonably expect to need a 
church in an area of steady growth, we need to secure the land 5-15 years before the 
congregation is actually organized. CENTURY III challenges persons to make gifts through 
the Louisiana United Methodist Foundation to allow us to purchase sites now that will be 
needed for the congregations to be started in the next ten years, as we begin our third 
century of Methodist witness and work. 

1000 CLUB — With the dedicated and far sighted leadership of the Board of Laity, for the 
past thirty years Methodist people have been helping new congregations get started through 
the 1000 Club. As a new congregation is actually organized, Methodists across the state are 
called upon to help. The goal this conference year was increased to $75,000. All the calls 
were designated for the new St. Andrew's Church in Southeast Baton Rouge. On its Charter 
Sunday, February 28, only nine months after the pastor was assigned, and only six months 
after the first worship service was held, 155 charter members were recognized. 

SALARY SUPPORT — Through the apportionment for Conference Benevolences, asked 
of every congregation, the Conference is able to provide full salary support for the first 
year, and to offer supplemental support on a gradually decreasing scale for the next three 
years if needed. This year the pastor of St. Andrew's received his full salary support from 
the giving of all the Methodists in Louisiana through this grant for church extension. 
Approval has been given by the Board of Global Ministries for full salary support for the 
pastor to be assigned to organize a new church in North Kenner, in the Greater New Orleans 
area. 

CHURCH EXTENSION FINANCIAL CRUSADE — It is our intention to propose to the 
1983 Annual Conference a major financial campaign, to raise 2 million dollars in pledges 
during the 1984-88 Quadrennium. This proposal for a major financial campaign, when 
developed more fully by the Church Extension Committee and Board of Global Ministries 
would be referred to the Council on Finance and Administration, the Council on Ministries 
and the Cabinet for the consideration of action. 

The campaign proposed would raise funds for Century III, to acquire land for new 
congregations. We suggest it be a major priority for our Conference during the 1984-88 
Quadrennium, and a part of our Bi-centennial celebration. As we celebrate our two hundred 
year history in America, we move forward in planning for the third century, acquiring sites 
for the new congregations which will be needed in the next decade. 

The decade of the fifties and early sixties were times of church extension in Louisiana. Of 
the 48 new churches started since 1957, 75% were started in the 50's and early 60's. There 
was a period of nine years, from the start of Asbury in Baton Rouge to St. Timothy in 
Mandeville, when no new congregations were started in Louisiana. It was also in this ten 



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year period that our conference steadily lost members. There is a strong correlation 
between starting new congregations and membership growth. 60-80% of the adults who join 
new congregations were not previously active in any congregation. Church extension is an 
essential method of evangelism for Louisiana United Methodists in the 80's and beyond. 

J. Philip Woodland 

Disaster Relief 

The Committee on Disaster Relief is seeking to train as many people as possible to 
respond to needs resulting from natural disasters. Persons now certified by Church World 
Service, the American Red Cross and the Federal Emergency Management Agency are 
Bonnie Byrd, Slidell; Nancy Tew, Slidell; Chuck Dillemuth, Baton Rouge; George 
Sherman, Oak Grove; Steve Spurlock, Covington; and Doris Sheppard, Monroe. Virginia 
Miller of Knoxville, Tennessee, is our field consultant representing UMCOR and the 
National Division. 

Following a February, 1981, training event, some specific actions were taken. The 
Aldersgate United Methodist Church in Slidell has organized an Emergency Shelter and 
other such plans are under consideration. It is recommended and intended that each district 
in our Conference hold a seminar to help prepare local congregations to respond to 
disasters. The Conference Committee on Disaster Relief accepts responsibility for 
coordinating such seminars in cooperation with each District Council on Ministries, and 
after consulting with the Bishop and Cabinet. For a Conference team on Disaster Relief to 
function meaningfully, both clergy and lay persons should be informed about avenues of 
response and channels of Communication. 

The Conference Disaster Fund continues to be a Conference Advance Special and each 
local church is urged to consider an annual gift of $10 to meet the needs of those affected by 
disasters. Should the need for such monies become evident, the Committee on Disaster 
Relief of the Board of Global Ministries, after consultation with the Bishop and Cabinet will 
consider all requests and act thereon. 

Doris Sheppard, Steven M. Spurlock 
Co-Chairpersons 

Health And Welfare Ministries Committee 

The Health and Welfare Committee will continue to publicize the work and needs of our 
conference-related institution and to promote the Good Samaritan offerings each Christmas 
and Easter. While continuing the present means of such publicity and promotion, there will 
be regular evaluation of the effectiveness, efficiency, and appropriateness of present 
approaches. 

The committee will examine and clarify the nature of our relationships with our 
institutions. 

The committee will work in at least the following four areas in 1982-83 : 

— The Good Samaritan Offerings 

— Conference/institutional relationships, including the establishment of liaison persons to 
relate to each conference institution. 

— Program Study and Development in such areas of concern as aging, persons with 
handicapping conditions, youth service, and/or others. 

The committee will bring greater visibility to the needs of those persons whose problems 
are often nearly invisible to the general population, and will attempt to show our churches 
how they can use them. 

The Good Samaritan offering total for 1981 was $259,385.39. The amount for 1980 was 
$307,726.48. The difference was due primarily to a disappointing Easter offering. The good 
news is that the Christmas offering was better than the year before. 

While we can be pleased with what we have done, there is so much to be done. Let us not 
turn our hand from the plow. 

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Hunger Task Force 



The Hunger Task Force has initiated a consciousness raising hunger news bulletin 
through the Louisiana Methodist. Twice a month news bulletins are submitted for inclusion 
in this conference-wide paper. 

The Task Force continues to monitor the issue of hunger and to encourage local churches 
to address their ministry to the same. Each local church in Louisiana Methodism or cluster 
of churches is encouraged to maintain a food pantry for local hunger needs. The Task Force 
urges continued enlistment for membership in Bread for the World. 

The Task Force has approached the Conference United Methodist Women requesting that 
the issue of hunger be offered as a part of the School of Missions at Centenary College and 
also that there be an emphasis of hunger at the District Schools of Missions. Also the Hunger 
Task Force is in touch with the Methodist Men groups in Louisiana Methodism asking them 
to make hunger a concern of these local units. 

The Task Force continues to enlist support for Louisiana Conference Advance Hunger 
Project (FISH). A number of local churches and districts have responded enthusiastically 
to this project and a commitment for funding for seven students has been received. At the 
time of writing this report the following have made commitment to World Hunger 
Scholarships through this advance : The Baton Rouge-Lafayette District, the Baton Rouge- 
Hammond District, the New Orleans-Slidell District, Shreveport District, Aldersgate Unit- 
ed Methodist Church, Slidell, Asbury United Methodist Church, Lafayette. A tentative 
commitment for a full scholarship has been received from the Monroe District in 
conjunction with the First United Methodist Church in Monroe. At present two students are 
in residence at LSU and one other has been accepted and will be arriving in May or June 
1982. This student is from the International Research Center in India and will be studying in 
the area of earth science. 

Program goals for 1983 include the following : 

1. The Hunger Task Force will emphasize the jurisdictional program of Christian 
Parenting for Peace and Justice. John Giles, Betty Ardito and Ann Hearn are to 
represent the Task Force at the jurisdictional training event in Dallas in March of 
1982. These persons will provide guidance for Conference emphasis which is to begin 
in 1983. 

2. A number of the present projects of the Task Force such as Louisiana Conference 
Advance Special will continue to be monitored and emphasized by the Task Force. 

Program goals for 1984 include the following : 

The Hunger Task Force hopes to have a Bishops Conference on Hunger and World 
Development modeled after similar events in the Missouri East and West Conferences. The 
Chairperson and Mrs. Nancy Tew will be working in 1982 and 83 with the Missouri Hunger 
Group for guidance and training relative to this matter. Also Bishop Shamblin will be 
contacted and his support enlisted. 

The Chairperson of the Task Force is to contact Hunger Task Force leadership in other 
Conferences in the jurisdiction and share the basic concept of our Louisiana Conference 
Advance Hunger Project in the hopes that this will be a model for Annual Conferences 
beyond Louisiana to imitate. 

Each local church is urged to continue to be aware of the efforts of UMCOR and contribute 
to these efforts in the Advance Special Program of the church. 

Local churches are reminded that there are resources in the Conference Resource Center 
for use in addressing the issue of hunger on the local church level. 

The Task Force wishes to express its appreciation to Dr. Bill Patrick for his leadership 
and assistance in making the FISH Project reality. Dr. Patrick continues to invest many 
personal hours in contacting students from Third World nations who are potential recipients 
of these scholarships. Without his knowledge and expertise this Advance Special would not 
be possible. 

The Task Force will sponsor the hunger banquet during the week of Annual Conference. 

Chris H. Andrews, Chairperson 



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Promotion, Education, And Cultivation 

We rejoice in the growing awareness of an increasing participation by our conference in a 
world wide missions program. The goal we have set for this quadrennium is that each 
church in our conference will share the joy of being in mission through the support of at least 
one General Advance Special and at least one Conference Advance Special. 

The Promotion, Education, and Cultivation committee is composed of members from 
each district with three working sub-committees, as follows : 
MISSIONARY INTERPRETATION (Rev. Pete Spitzkiet) 
The following missionaries are assigned to this conference: 
Mr . and Mrs . Patterson Benner Tokyo, Japan 

Mrs . Doretha Brown Cooper Monrovia , Liberia 

Rev. Ester L. Hammond Monrovia, Liberia 

Rev. Davis & Dr. Mary Sue Lowry Valpariso, Chile 

Rev. & Mrs. Franklin Messenger Salisbury, Rhodesia 

Rev. & Mrs. Charles Welsh Vellore, India 

Dr. Vela Cleveland Karnataka, India 

Each church in the conference is encouraged to help underwrite the ministry of at least 
one of our missionaries. For information about these missionaries and their itineration to 
local churches, please contact Rev. Spitzkiet or Dr. Ken Mcintosh, 1928 Ross Avenue, 
Dallas, Texas 75201. 
Advance Specials: (Mr. Jim Moore, 3804 Gouville, Monroe, LA 71201) 
To reach our goal of every church involved in advance specials, this subcommittee strives 
to promote the advance in many ways. New this year is a free standing modular information 
center for promotion of the Advance which can be ordered for use at conferences, festivals, 
etc. from your conference library. We strongly urge each church to secure Partnership in 
Missions, where all approved General Advance Specials are listed, which should enable 
local chairpersons of missions to find appropriate projects to support. 
The Louisiana Conference has adopted the following Advance Specials : 

Bob Lay Memorial 1000 Club Pendleton Memorial Methodist 

Conference Disaster Fund Hospital ( SAM ) 

Dulac Community Center Peoples Community Center ( SAM ) 

Hughes United Methodist Center Retired Ministers Home ( SAM ) 

Lafon Home (G.S. ) Shreveport Metro Ministries 

Louisiana Methodist Children's Home Revolving Loan Fund 

Methodist Home Hospital ( SAM ) Spanish Speaking Ministries 

New Orleans Metro Ministries in New Orleans 

World Hunger Scholarship Fund 
Multimedia materials are to be developed on each of the above. Now available are 
presentations on The Revolving Loan Fund and on Dulac Community Center with one about 
the Spanish Ministry in New Orleans in progress. 
MISSION EDUCATION (Rev. Steve Caraway) 

The United Methodist Church has always emphasized missions. However, in todays 
confusing world of pressing needs, the individual in the local church may find it difficult 
indeed to fulfill his or her desire to be in mission with the specific needs of our worldwide 
ministry. To meet this need, district and sub-district workshops were held statewide in 
March of 1982 utilizing a core interpreter from the General Board of Global Ministries and a 
conference interpreter in each district to promote the Advance and give guidance on how to 
have mission events in the local church. 

There will be another major emphasis in 1984 with continued support for district and local 
church schools, conferences and other activities each year. 

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The Revolving Loan Fund 

The Revolving Loan Fund has been in existence for some twenty-two (22) years. Funds 
are available to : (a) established churches and other designated bodies : (b) to missionary or 
new congregations, of The Louisiana Annual Conference. No loans are made to finance 
programs. A maximum of $6,000 may be loaned to a church/institution which is five (5) 
years old or less, and for older congregations the maximum is $4,000. 

The Policy and Rules governing these loans was revised at Annual Conference last year 
and are found on page 128 of the 1981 Conference Journal. 

As of March 8, 1982 the Revolving Loan Fund had $18,804.09 in cash available for loans. 
There was also $96,792 in loans outstanding to forty-five (45) churches and one (1) Wesley 
Foundation. Eight (8) of those are new loans made during the period of June 8, 1981 through 
March 8, 1982. 

The Conference has designated the Revolving Loan Fund as a Conference Advance 
Special and we earnestly solicit your gifts and they should be remitted to the Conference 
Director of Financial Affairs. 

With the emphasis on church extension that is before us your Board of Global Ministries, 
through the Revolving Loan Fund, was pleased to loan the most recent new congregation — 
St. Andrew at Baton Rouge — $6,000 to assist them in the purchase of a new parsonage. 

Applications for loans and information about new or existing loans may be secured from 
the Finance Coordinator of the Board of Global Ministries. 

O. W. (Red) Marrs, Finance Coordinator 

S.A.M. Funds 
Support For Action Ministries 

The priorities for funding are: (1) church-sponsored, community-based programs, 
(2) local church youth programs, (3) community-based programs of church-related 
institutions, (4) salary supplements for community-based ministry or projects, and 
(5) discretionary. 

The following recommendations governing S.A.M. funds were adopted: (1) that the 
church extension priority be shifted to the Subcommittee on Church Extension; (2) that 
S.A.M. funds support "action" ministries with an emphasis on church-based, community 
outreach ministries that can be a model for other communities; (3) that there be a 3-year 
limit on any project's receipt of S.A.M. funds except under extraordinary circumstances as 
determined by the Cabinet and with the approval of the S.A.M. Sub-committee; (4) that all 
projects funded show a clear relationship with S.A.M. priorities (i.e., all requests for 
building repairs and improvements as well as salary supplements be clearly tied to action 
ministry effort) ; (5) that all projects delineate a target population with expected results 
tied to S.A.M. priorities; and (6) that S.A.M. funds are seed money and are not for ongoing 
support. 
The following projects are recommended for 1982 : 

SHRE VEPORT DISTRICT 

3rd Year — Shreveport Metropolitan Ministries $ 1,500 

BATON ROUGE/HAMMOND DISTRICT 

3rd Year — Roberts Day Care Center, Denham Springs 2,033 

3rd Year — Hughes UMC Community Center, Baton Rouge 2,500 

MONROE DISTRICT 

1st Year — St. Paul UMC 1,500 

1st Year — St. James UMC 1,000 

BATON ROUGE/LAFAYETTE DISTRICT 

1st Year — Trinity UMC, Crowley 750 

1st Year — St. Peter UMC, Donaldsonville 750 






Male 


Female 


White 


Black 


Other 


45% 


55% 


75% 


19% 


6% 


45% 


55% 


88% 


12% 


-0- 


35% 


65% 


86% 


14% 


-0- 



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NEW ORLE ANS/HOUMA DISTRICT 

2nd Year — Project C.A.R.E. — First Street UMC 2,000 

2nd Year — Peoples Community Center 2,000 

2nd Year — Chauvin Congregation 1,000 

1st Year — Christ UMC, Avondale 1,867 

NEW ORLEANS/SLIDELL DISTRICT 

3rd Year — Spanish-Speaking Ministry 6,750 

3rdYear — St. James — Whitehall 600 

3rd Year — Ninde Chapel , 250 

3rd Year — Harry's Chapel 500 

TOTAL $25,000 

Louisiana Methodist Children's Home 

I. Services Provided 

During 1981 Methodist Children's Home received 243 inquiries for services. Of this 
total, MCH was able to provide care for 165 children and youth. This care was offered 
through the following programs: Emergency Shelter Care, Evaluation Services, 
Residential Group Care, Foster Care, and Continuing Education. 

The chart below lists the ethnic and sexual statistics in percentages for the three 
major programs: 
Program 
Emergency 
Evaluation 
Residential 
II. Contributions 

During 1981 MCH received $324,640 in contributions. Of this total amount, $173,028 
was from the Good Samaritan Offering while $151,612 was received through direct 
contributions such as memorials, sponsorships, and other gifts. 
III. Items Requiring Conference Action 

The Board of Directors of the Louisiana Methodist Children's Home requests 
affirmative action by the Conference in the following : 

1. Reappointment of Rev. Douglas T. Williams, Jr. as Chaplain and Director of 
Public Relations. 

2. Election of the following to a three-year term on the Board of Directors : Mr . W. A. 
J. Lewis, Rev. Alfred L. Norris, Mr. Lucius D. McGehee, Mr. Jack Warren, Mr. A. 
M. Moody, Sr. 

W. A. J. Lewis, President 

Board Directors 

Terrel J. DeVille, Executive Director 

MacDonell United Methodist Children's Services, Inc. 

Statement of Purpose : 

1. To provide around-the-clock care, education and Christian nurture of neglected, 
dependent children in need of care outside their own homes. 

2. To insure that all children admitted received the best possible care in a Christian 
environment. 

Last year we gave 11,656 child care days plus counseling to parents of children both 
residential and non-residential as well as marital counseling. This includes emergency care 
as well as residential. 

All United Church sources $ 75,266.47 

All local community source 30,288.40 

All Federal and State source 588,553.31 

We have been serving in mission in South Louisiana since 1919 as a French Mission School, 
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12 boys, Keener cottage for 12 girls and an emergency shelter that houses both boys and 
girls. The average population of the agency is generally capacity. Additionally, we do 
family counseling and are planning a family training course in an effort to try to prevent the 
necessity of children being placed here. Through the last year we have had 42 children use 
our emergency shelter. 

In October, Downs Hall, which housed our recreation and library, burned. The Women's 
Division has authorized the insurance money to be used for reconstruction. We appreciate 
both the prayers and financial support that has been given to us throughout the years. 

Gerald J. Bridges, MSSW, ACSW 
BCSW, Executive Director 

The Methodist Home Hospital 

The Methodist Home Hospital is the largest emergency shelter facility for abused and 
neglected children ages 2-14 years in the State of Louisiana. The Home has a capacity of 60 
children at a time and receives children from crisis situations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 
from a wide area. 

The facility is owned by the Louisiana Conference. The Superintendent is appointed by the 
Bishop and the Board of Directors is approved by the session of the Annual Conference. 

The budget approved by the Board of Directors for 1982 totals $846,312.00. This provides 
for staffing, child care, and a variety of specialized services. These services include a 
general education program, individual and group counseling, creative therapuetic pro- 
grams, and psychiatric evaluation and consultation. There are also provided many enter- 
tainment and recreational type experiences. 

Basic subsistence funding is provided for each child by the State. The "second-mile" 
services and programs are provided by the gifts, memorials, honorariums, and offerings 
given by individuals, churches and groups to the Methodist Home Hospital. 

All of these services and experiences are rendered in an atmosphere of family type living 
where Christian values are uppermost. 

William P. Fraser, Superintendent 

Pendleton Memorial Methodist Hospital 

I. Pendleton Memorial Methodist Hospital in New Orleans serves a large and diverse 
geographic area. Patients come from all sections of New Orleans, particularly our 
fast growing area east of the Industrial Canal. They also come from many rural 
Louisiana communities as well as areas north of Lake Pontchartrain. Methodist also 
serves as a referral hospital for the Mississippi Gulf Coast and the small towns north 
of that area. 

Over 1000 employees and a medical staff of 225 physicians minister to the physical 
and spiritual needs of hospital patients. Almost 12,000 patients were hospitalized at 
Methodist in 1981. 23,000 Emergency Room patients were treated and 7,000 surgeries 
were performed. Over 2,000 babies entered the world at Methodist last year. The 
annual hospital budget exceeds $30 million. 

We aim for the highest Christian and scientific achievements at Methodist, and our 
private, not-for-profit status allows the freedom to pursue these goals. The 318-bed 
hospital houses New Orleans' most advanced cardiac catheterization system, a 
modern computerized tomographic (CAT) scanner, and other medical specialities, 
such as an advanced Nursery to treat infants with health problems — all to serve our 
community needs. 

So much of what Methodist has accomplished can be traced to its founding and its 
ongoing church relationship through the dedication of its Chaplain and Board 
Treasurer, Rev. John Koelmay. While wishing him the best, the Hospital greatly 
laments his retirement, and requests the Conference to join in tribute to Rev. 
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II. We request the appointment of Rev. Paul Durbin as Chaplain and Director of the 
Department of Pastoral Care as well as the appointment of a successor to Rev. 
Durbin as Associate Chaplain. 

Retired Ministers' Homes 

The Ruston home, formerly occupied by Reverend & Mrs. Karl Tooke will be occupied by 
Reverend & Mrs. Roy Garrett, and Reverend James T. Garrett after annual conference. 
The home in Lakeview, Minden is occupied by Reverend & Mrs. Lewis E. Milem. The Home 
in Westlake is occupied by Mrs. James Knight and her son. 

We purchased a home in Hammond for Reverend & Mrs. George Harkins. This was 
bought on a 50/50 basis with First Church, Hammond. After Reverend Harkin's death, Mrs. 
Harkins decided to return to Mississippi leaving the Hammond home vacant for the present. 

We are building on a 50/50 basis with First Church in Mansfield and the home will be 
occupied by Reverend & Mrs. George Harbuck. St. Paul's United Methodist Church 
purchased a home for The Retired Ministers' Homes, and it will be occupied by Reverend & 
Mrs. Issac Patton. 

The Board has applications for seven additional homes in the next four years. With your 
assistance we can fulfill this need. 

In 1981 we received a total of $29,992.94. By Annual Conference we will have spent $20,000 
on the Mansfield home ; and of course, we spent $20,000 on the Hammond home. 

Your continued interest and support is vital for us to be able to continue to provide homes 
as they are needed. 

James L. Adams, Chairman 

Peoples Community Center 

I am proud to be a part of the life and history of this institution as it approaches the 60th 
year of service to the New Orleans community-at-large. 

As the city has grown, so has the complexity of institutional responsibilities. Needs have 
surfaced which have caused the institution to reach out in new areas of service to the 
incoming clientele, the supportive and administrative staff. 

In tune with present day demands, those persons in our employment who served in 
various capacities are the recipients of highly standardized programs and workshops. 
These persons are well qualified and have proof of their status of certification. 

The institution provides a service in Day Care to children whose mothers are either 
preparing for a job retraining (retooling) or are otherwise employed. Our program is not 
one of babysitting, but a certified Child Development Program that offers mental, physical 
and social development skills through a well rounded curriculum. 

The institution is licensed to serve 132 in regular Child Development and 82 in the Outside 
School Program which augments the regular day school program with its education, 
physical and social supplements. We provided 27,240 units of service for Child Care; 14,905 
units of service for Outside School Program and 91,232 meals were served to the Day Care 
and Outside School Program. There were 2,000 participants in the calendar of activities 
(this does not include groups using our facilities as a meeting place) . 

In addition to the programs previously described, our Agency offered to the community in 
1981 the following: A program for Senior Citizens, a Juvenile Crime Prevention Program, a 
liaison with the New Orleans Police Anti-Crime Council through the 6th District Police 
Station, a Day Camp Summer Program, a Parenting Program for young mothers and a 
meeting place for the following : The New Orleans branch of the National Association of 
University Women, Amicie Auxiliary, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, the Ruth Carter Auxiliary of 
Peoples Community Center, the Black Caucus (clergy), the New Orleans-Houma/Slidell 
District, pilot project, Strengthening Inner City Ethnic Minority Churches. 

Our financial records are audited by Duplantier, Harpman, Hogan and Maher, Certified 
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We wish to express appreciation to the Ruth Carter Auxiliary, the United Methodist Wom- 
en Units and friends for their support. 

Reverend Wm. R. London, Jr. 
Executive Director 

Metropolitan Ministries 

In ministry to the surrounding community, the lives of those encountered evidence the 
effect of a society involved in rapid social change while many of its members are ill- 
prepared to meet reversals. The Board of Directors of Metropolitan Ministries remain 
committed to the task of meeting the needs, facing the hurts of those whose cries are heard 
during this, the twelfth year of its service. 

The Agency has addressed the issues of those caught up in the legal system through the 
areas of criminal justice in its work with juveniles. Other areas of outreach included 
employment, housing and the meeting of various types of emergencies. 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE. In instances where some individuals have been accused of 
breaking the law, Metropolitan Ministries has gone into Juvenile Court to support the 
individual in appropriate adjudication and to encourage acceptance and adherence to 
responsibilities given thereto. 

EMPLOYMENT. As adherents to the idea that unemployment contributes to the growth 
of crime, Metropolitan Ministries personnel has diligently processed applications and 
assisted in the placement of persons by referral, who were in need of employment. 

HOUSING. The Agency has been active in helping individuals find adequate housing. 
While giving serious attention to the Housing Rehabilitation Program in New Orleans — in 
its effort to remove blighted houses from neighborhoods by making them available at a 
minimum cost with low interest rates for those who wish to purchase. 

EMERGENCIES. A visitor in the office of Metropolitan Ministries could soon detect the 
flow of telephone calls from persons migrating to the city as well as persons already 
residing in the city but have family interruptions. There were opportunities to serve some 
persons while others were referred to the Salvation Army or other social agencies. 
Metropolitan Ministries provided overnight shelter in some cases. Through the generous 
contribution of the various United Methodist Churches and other related agencies, the Food 
and Clothing Bank continues to exist and to provide emergency assistance. The baby bed 
program still flourishes. The beds were gifts from St. Luke's United Methodist Church. 

Amidst the view of the events and circumstances presented, along with the news of 
membership loss, the evidence of lives unclaimed, unchurched, we pray for solutions. In the 
Spirit of the Word, "Go ye unto all the world" and in the tradition of "The world is my 
Parish" we seek a strong assent to promotion of a "Workshop on Evangelism to the Black 
Churches of New Oreans-Houma/Slidell Districts." 

Our order has been placed for an Earth Station for the enrichment of lives of constituents 
of local churches within the geographical bounds of the Agency. 

Reverend Wm. R. London, Jr. 
Executive Director 

Dulac Community Center 

This year marks the Golden Anniversary, the 50th year, of Methodist Missionary work 
with Native Americans in Dulac, just south of Houma, Louisiana in Terrebonne Parish. In 
1932 no schooling of any kind was available for more than 50 school-age Indian children. 
With the aid of volunteer teachers, led by Wilhemina Hooper, a Methodist Deaconness, who 
had been asked to help at Dulac for two months, a school was started. Miss Hooper 
remained a lifetime in Dulac and a Mission Center that has adapted through the years to the 
changing needs of the Native Americans has always been there. 

The Native Americans, themselves, are now taking the leading role in directing the 
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Americans in Louisiana right in Terrebonne Parish, is actively involved in developing a 
variety of programs. 

The Center continues its Home Start Program, teaching disadvantaged children 3 to 5 
years old in their homes, to provide them an early learning experience. The CETA Services 
for the United Houma Nation are housed there. There is an ongoing recreation program for 
youth, which picks-up considerably in the summer. Last Christmas nearly 300 children 
received toys through the Center, courtesy of the Houma Oil Wives and the U.S. Marines. 

Most recently a week-day noon meal for disadvantaged elderly has been arranged 
through the Terrebonne Council on Aging. The group has already grown to 32 and still 
expanding. By the time you read this a certified Day Care Center should be in operation, the 
most needed service according to the Community Center Surveys. 

The Community Developer leading all this is Roy Parfait, who is also head of the 
outstanding Houma Indian Craft Co-op. The Center houses the Native American Crafts. An 
extensive display will be at Annual Conference and you are invited to support this project 
through your purchases. 

Dulac continues as a National and Conference Advance Special. The Women's Division is 
moving toward entering a lease agreement with our Conference Board of Global Ministries 
so that our Mission at Dulac can continue. The $10,000 grant from our Conference Board last 
year will run out in October so local church Advance Special gifts will be needed more than 
ever. Help Dulac celebrate their Golden Anniversary. 

Spanish Speaking Ministry 

The Spanish Ministry in New Orleans reached its goal for evangelism this year, gaining 
more than the one for one that was set by the Conference. 

The Spanish population in New Orleans is growing every day, and in our congregation the 
people from South and Central America, as well as the Caribbean and Puerto Rico have 
found a fellowship that cares for them. We can say that our Church is a mission field that 
represents a large part of the American continent here at home. 

This year we contributed, as a church, to all phases of the budget. Our contribution is 
small in amount but we are proud to be a part of the Methodist Church and support its 
program. 

As usual, we observed the dates of the Christian Calendar. New activities have been 
added to the traditional. One of these was a prayer vigil held on March 5 (World Day of 
Prayer) . This program lasted all night long and 76 people attended with three of the Spanish 
speaking ministry in the city participating. Also during the lenten season, we celebrated 
Bible studies in eight different homes over the city and Kenner reaching 86 persons. 

Special mention is necessary for the Evangelistic Campaign, financed by the Ethnic 
Minority Task Force and with the help of our Board in Nashville, Tennessee. The Rev. 
Josafat Curti was the preacher and the attendance was so great that the Chapel was too 
small for the number of people who were present. 

We want to thank the support of the local churches. We keep visiting the local churches 
over the conference and the response to the need of our people is fantastic. 

Each Sunday our gathering starts at 10:45 a.m. with the worship service and continues 
with a coffee hour that usually finishes by 2:00 p.m., after having a good time talking and 
solving many problems or simply celebrating a family event such as a birthday or a 
wedding anniversary. 

It is our hope that through God the bridge of love and service may continue to grow and 
through that bridge a number of persons may reach complete salvation. 

We ask the Louisiana Conference to continue the financial help for this Advance. But more 
than this, we need your help in prayer and love, with words and smiles ; all together in the 
goal of proclaiming the Gospel. 

May God use us for His purpose! Amen. 



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Hughes Center 



Hughes Center located in the Eden Park area of Baton Rouge is The United Methodist 
Church at work in a deprived area. With the help of the Louisiana Conference, The National 
Division, Local Churches, and individual contributions, we are able to operate a day care 
center, a senior citizens program, a summer recreation program and help for persons in 
need of food, clothing and housing. 

Our senior citizens program is in great need of expansion because we are only able to 
accommodate twenty-five persons in this program. 

We are deeply indebted to all who have supported Hughes Center in the past years and 
your continued support will be appreciated. 

Lafon Home 

Members of the Board of Directors can remember when, in 1975, at the end of a $50,000.00 
renovation program designed to meet Fire Marshal requirements to satisfy the minimum 
standards of the Life Safety Code that a campaign was launched to rebuild the only nursing 
home in the Louisiana Conference. Approximately one year and four months later, January 
15, 1977 the regional office of Health and Welfare, in Dallas, Texas announced the home 
would be officially closed as of January 31. 

We have been at work ever since trying to get the institution rebuilt. Since December, 1980 
we have had an application filed with the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) and 
Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG) through the city of New Orleans requesting 
$1,400,000.00 and $400, 000.00 respectively for rebuilding purposes. 

During the month of November, 1981 several of the Board members, our beloved Bishop J. 
K. Shamblin, Dr. W. D. Boddie, ex-officio on whose district the project is located and I wrote 
to every congressman and congresswoman from Louisiana, and this proved to be the 
turning point for us. Since then things have been happening in our favor. 

Today is April 1, 1982 and it is within this first week of the month that I am to get a final 
commitment from the Federal Housing Administration, Washington, D.C. on the funding 
for the rebuilding of the Lafon Home. 

Samuel W. Walker, Sr., Chairman 

St. Mark's Community Center 

St. Mark's Community Center was established in 1909 by the Women's Society of Christian 
Service, Board of Missions, Methodist Church, U.S.A., as part of a nationwide movement to 
establish community centers in high poverty areas around the country. Today St. Mark's 
has a staff of over 50 persons, operates on an annual budget of approximately one million 
dollars, and maintains four program divisions serving an average of 400 persons each day. 
PROGRAMS 

Existing since 1909, RECREATION is the oldest program at St. Mark's serving 
approximately 150 young people daily through year round recreational activities including 
physical education, team sports, swimming, music and dance groups, arts and crafts, field 
trips, tutoring sessions, and special interest. 

ST. MARK'S STREET ACADEMY is an alternative junior high school for 75 young people 
who have dropped out or been put out of traditional schools. SMS A offers individualized 
instruction and attention within the structure of the Workshop Way curriculum approach. 
Upon graduation from SMSA, students return to the public schools to complete their high 
school education. 

CHILD CARE RESOURCE SERVICE pursues the goal of quality care, education, and 
developmental guidance for young children through 8 components, including: the in-house 
Day Care Training, for 36 new child care workers each year through the Center's accredited 
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Service, a materials warehouse; St. Mark's Community Day Care Center; the Substitute 
Teacher Referral Service: Counseling for Adolescent Mothers; Child Advocacy; and 
Information and Referral. 

CAMP ST. MARK'S offers 23 acres of wooded and clear land in Covington, Louisiana, for 
year-round recreational activities. The Camp's facilities are used by each of the Center's 
programs and other church and community groups. 

Board Of Higher Education And Campus Ministry 

The Conference Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry has responded to the 
challenge of the church to enlarge its scope of concern in higher education. In its efforts to 
minister to Centenary College, Dillard University, the Campus Ministry through the Wesley 
Foundation programs, and to the state in its legislative process related to higher education, 
the Board has adopted the following structure to accomplish its work. There are 28 
members on the Board and they are divided into the following work committees: Finance, 
Legal, Student Relations, Personnel, and Program and Interpretation. 

The support of the conference for the various concerns in higher education has been 
excellent. During 1981 the churches of the conference gave a total of $924,997, or about 92% 
of the conference askings, to the following: Centenary College, Wesley Foundation Campus 
Ministries, Ministerial Education Fund, Black College Fund, Educational Priorities, and 
the United Methodist Student Dav Offering. Also receiving support from these funds are St. 
Paul School of Theology, S.M.U., Dillard University, and Lydia Patterson School. 
Comparing 1981 to 1980, there was an overall increase of 8.8% in support which compensated 
for the effect of inflation. Only the Black College Fund, of which Dillard University receives 
a major portion, did not reflect an increase in support. The per capita giving of the 
conference in 1981 was $6.71, which is among the highest in conference support in United 
Methodism. 

The Board recommends that the asking for 1983 for Centenary College be $400,000 and for 
Wesley Foundation Campus Ministries $380,000. The Council on Finance and Adminstration 
has given approval to this recommendation. 

A Merit Scholarship of $500 will be awarded at this session of Annual Conference to a Unit- 
ed Methodist student who plans to attend a United Methodist college. Funds for the 
scholarship come from the United Methodist Student Day Offering. All pastors have been 
notified about the scholarship and were given directions for application. 

The Board has cooperated with the Wesley Foundation Study Committee of the Council on 
Finance and Administration in the study that was made this past year. A joint report will be 
made on the study to the Annual Conference. 

There are some major concerns that have occupied the attention of the Board this past 
year and continue to be on our agenda for action. There is the need to find additional 
financial support for capital improvements on the nine existing Wesley Foundation centers. 
The present level of financial support of the conference is not sufficient to meet the capital 
improvement demands. 

The need to establish guidelines for campus ministers' appointments and salary support 
is urgent. It is the concern of the Board that a minister desiring to enter the campus 
ministry should no longer be faced with the possibility of being penalized for answering the 
call to this special ministry. The Board is making every effort it can to upgrade the quality 
of ministry on our campuses and to secure the greatest return for our investment of time 
and talent. 

The development of ecumenical ministries as a means of increasing our outreach on the 
campuses of the colleges and universities of our state continues to be important. Already we 
are involved in ecumenical ministries on four campuses, are presently studying the forma- 
tion of others on two additional campuses. At McNeese the existing Wesley Foundation is 
studying the possibility of an ecumenical program. 

The role of the local church Coordinator of Higher Education and Campus Ministry and 
how the Board can assist the local church in this area is of major importance. This is a most 
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members enrolled in college. The local church has been guilty of neglect of its ministry to 
this important segment of the local church, the college student. Very little effort has been 
made by local churches and pastors to inform campus ministers of the presence of their 
students on campus. Without this information from the local church it is difficult for the 
campus minister to locate these students. The Conference UMW has agreed to assist the 
Board in developing this missing link of ministry. 

The Board has been cooperating with leaders of the South Central Jurisdiction in planning 
a Higher Education and Campus Ministry Event for October 20-22, 1982, to be held at St. 
Paul School of Theology. For the first time College Church Relation personnel will come 
together with Campus Ministers and members of Conference Boards of Higher Education 
and Campus Ministry for interchange and for special study in a variety of workshops to be 
offered. 

Brady B. Forman, Chairman 

Centenary College 

Not long after arriving at Centenary College, I requested a special session of Annual 
Conference. That request was granted by Bishop Shamblin. I described a memory that was 
burned into my psyche, from the "old days," when I was captain of a ship; once, the ship 
was lost in a fog, groping in the darkness. I went on to say that now, as the captain of another 
ship called Centenary, I felt much the same way. 

Well, after four years of hard work by many, many people — and not least the men and 
women of the Conference — fiscal year 1980-81, along with the fall enrollment for 1982, have 
seen the lifting of that fog, bringing Centenary into a new day. The signs are obvious : 

A. Financial: The promise made in 1977 to balance the budget was again kept. The 
annual drive, the Great Teachers Scholars Fund, brought in the best response in its 
history — $720,000. At the same time $2 million was added to the endowment of the 
College. The Centenary Church Council set a goal of ninety new scholarships from 
churches or church-related groups or laity, as part of the new emphasis in response to 
the federal budget cuts in both the grant and loan programs: the fiscal year saw some 
28 new scholarships established. 

Even though we might say the fog has lifted, it has lifted to reveal a challenging 
future. If the College's budget continues to grow at the present rate, in five years the 
budget for the College might be well over $14 million. But the budget must continue to 
be balanced, the endowment must continue to grow, and the establishment of new 
scholarships will continue to be a high priority. 

B. Enrollment: In 1977, not only was Centenary suffering from financial worries, but 
enrollment had dropped. But registration day, 1981, was a watermark: the optimum 
enrollment of 1,200 students was reached. This enables the College to maximize its 
resources, yet maintain that atmosphere of being a small liberal arts college with 
strong emphasis on personal and value-centered education. 

C. Academics: Centenary has a long and rich tradition for academic excellence; and 
that continues. The average ACT score at Centenary is 21.07, while the national 
average is 18.5, and the Louisiana average is 16.9. Centenary offers B.A. and B.S. 
degrees in 34 major areas of study and master degrees in business and education. 
Ph.D. or terminal degrees are held by 71 percent of the faculty. 

D. Church: Centenary is a church-related college, and that relationship has gained new 
strength. The Centenary Church Council created in 1980, further deepens the ties 
between Centenary and the Churches. It is an advisory group consisting of Bishop 
Shamblin, President Webb, the nine District Superintendents, one clergy and two lay 
persons from each district. They have established three major areas of concern: 
student recruitment, scholarship development, and continuing education. 

E. Alumni: The alumni of the College continue to be a significant force. In fact, a rather 
dramatic increase in alumni giving resulted in Centenary's being named a finalist in 
the U.S. Steel Alumni Giving Competition. A new program has been started, the class 
agent system, which hopefully will result in greater alumni involvement. 



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F . Beautification : The campus itself is a significant resource for Centenary. 

A campus improvement program has begun, which is beautifying the college, and 

raising endowed funds to ensure its continued loveliness. 

It has been a significant time in the life of Centenary College: a lifting of the fog which has 

brought a new day. But new days bring with them new challenges, some more pressing than 

those already faced. Over its long history, the College has found those who are willing to 

respond when called on, and we are confident it will be so now. 

Donald A. Webb, President 

Dillard University 

Once again, Dillard University is delighted to report to the Conference Board of Higher 
Education and Campus Ministry that this conference year has been a good one on a number 
of fronts. Dillard has made strides in terms at academics, enrollment, finances, and in 
intellectual growth and stimulation. 

The University again saw an increase in enrollment and a higher elevation in the quality 
of its faculty. It saw a renaissance in art and the initiation of a Spring Lecture Series that 
featured noted lecturers and authors. Dillard received a substantial grant from the federal 
government's Strengthening Developing Institutions Program (SDIP) and a number of 
unrestricted grants from private sources. In addition, the University launched the first 
capital funds campaign in its history. 

As you know, many colleges and universities, especially in the private or independent 
sector, are suffering declining enrollments. However, Dillard has been fortunate. 
Enrollment is up by 19 per cent this year. Students come from 35 states and 8 foreign 
territories. 

In the academic arena, the Division of Nursing, after undertaking the very tedious and 
challenging task of doing a self-study in preparation for continuing national accreditation, 
was granted continuance of full accreditation of the Nursing Program for eight more years. 
This eight-year period represents the maximum number of years that a program can be 
granted accreditation before the next scheduled visit is required. The Division of Nursing 
has held national accreditation since 1952, when it became the first collegiate program in 
Louisiana to be so recognized. 

Indicative of the success the Nursing Program is experiencing is the report from the state 
of Louisiana that all of the Dillard nursing graduates who took the State Board of Nursing 
Examination in Louisiana passed the examination. That's 100 per cent passing! 

The quality of the faculty continues to improve. A recent study of the professional training 
of the faculty in the liberal arts and sciences disciplines indicates that more than 65 per cent 
hold the doctorate in their respective disciplines. 

This year, the university has made an effort to enhance instruction in international 
affairs. Dillard is one of five universities participating in the United States Department of 
State Diplomat-in-Residence Program. Roy Haverkamp, a career diplomat who has served 
in Asia, Europe and as deputy chief of mission in Kingston, is the visiting diplomat-in- 
residence. He lectures, conducts classes, and serves as an advisor to students who are 
interested in international affairs. Last summer, two faculty members traveled to West 
Africa as part of the Louisiana Consortium for International Studies. They returned with a 
wealth of insight into life on the African continent and they have shared their experiences 
with the University community. 

During the past few years, there has been a resurgence of interest and activity in art at 
Dillard. This renaissance has manifested itself with the University's sponsoring major art 
exhibitions. Last semester, Dillard faculty, staff, students, and alumni participated in an 
open air exhibition at the French Market Promenade in the French Quarter. The University 
also sponsored an exhibition of the architectural designs of Mr. John Louis Wilson. Mr. 
Wilson, FAIA, is a 1919 graduate of Dillard and was the first black to graduate from 
Columbia University School of Architecture. 

This year's Spring Arts Festival represented a concerted effort to enhance the 
intellectuality of campus life. The festival has thus far featured exhibitions of the works of 



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internationally-acclaimed artist Phillip Lindsay Mason, noted wild fowl carving artist 
Charles Hutchinson, Dillard graduating seniors, New Orleans Public School teachers and 
students, Dillard art teacher Leander Canady, as well as Jamaican and African Art. 

The Spring Lecture Series has featured Phillip Lindsay Mason, Ernest Gaines, author of 
The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman, and literary critic and author Blyden Jackson. 
Also scheduled to lecture is the above-mentioned diplomat, Roy Haverkamp. 

Of note in the financial area is the fact that Dillard's application for the SDIP grant 
ranked 14th out of a field of some 300 submitted by institutions of higher learning. The 
University was awarded $2 % million over a three-year period to enhance its continued 
development as an institution of higher learning. Emphasis is on strengthening the 
academic program and continued development of an integrated student life program. 

Also, Dillard was one of five institutions awarded a $375,000 Kenan Grant to strengthen 
instruction in mathematics and computer science. Through the grant, Dillard will strive to 
raise the level of mathematical competence of all students, irrespective of their majors. 

We must note that the University continues to be concerned about the impact of 
"Reaganomics" on Dillard and all institutions of higher learning. 

In terms of the promise of American life and the deep beauty and nobility of the American 
Dream, the proposed further cuts in federal student aid would be disastrous. All colleges 
and universities would be adversely affected — rich and poor, black and white, public and 
independent, large and small. 

Equality of educational opportunity, like other forms of equality, is at the very heart of 
the American Creed and Commitment. The American tradition and moral ideal, at their 
best, cannot tolerate financial barriers standing in the way of the desire for and the pursuit 
of higher education if the individual has the talent, self -discipline, determination, and 
commitment. Higher education is the key to a better life. Indeed, higher education is the key 
to the Good Life. Man was made not only for life, but the Good Life. 

As has been stated on many occasions, the cooperative and supportive interest of the 
Conference means a great deal to Dillard. We appreciate your efforts and concern for the 
enhancement of Dillard as a viable institution. 

Submitted by: 
Samuel DuBois Cook 
President 

Report Of Campus Ministry 

The Louisiana Annual Conference has taken quite seriously its responsibility to be in 
ministry in the exciting world of higher education. We have recognized the university is the 
institution through which tremendous change occurs. We see our students making the 
decisions about career, spouse and life style. Our professors, administrators and other staff 
people are constantly struggling to assist in these decisions, while looking for new 
understandings about the world. The church, through campus ministry, has the opportunity 
to exert a positive, Christian influence upon this world. We have moved, in the past 80 years, 
from student work to an understanding that the entire university must be touched with the 
gospel. 

Your staff of ten full time people is diligently at work offering word and sacrament, to the 
university, praying that the influence, love and concern will raise up more "Holy Clubs" 
after the order of the one that brought our great church into being. We are convinced that 
God has placed in our hands the task of moving the secular university toward a greater 
understanding of relationships. The church is the best institution to rightly divide the word 
of truth and thus challenge the university, to see people as primary. 

We urge you to make your students aware of the opportunity that is theirs as they choose a 
state school for their training. We urge you to be constant in prayer for us as we share the 
good news with the faculty, staff, administration and students. We urge you to call upon us 
to help bridge the gap that is so common between the city and the university. We urge you to 
continue, even increase, your financial support so we can more effectively fulfill our calling. 



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We are proud to be your servants and pledge ourselves to speak, act and be God's people 
fulfilling the mission of the church. 

James E. Wilson, Chairperson 

Board Of Ordained Ministry 

In order to do its work effectively, the Louisiana Conference Board of Ordained Ministry 
is organized into committees and subcommittees. Every member of the Board is a member 
of one committee and one subcommittee. What follows, then, are recommendations made 
by committees and/or subcommittees and adopted by the full Board. 

Committee On Ministerial Training And Orders 

Two proposals suggested by this committee have been adopted this year by the full Board. 
One concerns the procedure by which the Board will deal with ministers from other 
denominations who desire to become United Methodist ministers. Any such person making 
request to the Board will be referred to the Committee on Conference Relations. This 
committee will receive the credentials of the minister, send the appropriate documents to 
the General Board of Higher Education and Ministry for evaluation, and then refer the 
candidate to either the Committee on Local Pastors of our Board, or the Committee on 
Ministerial Training and Orders, whichever has jurisdiction. 

The other proposal deals with the procedure by which students enrolled in seminary may 
receive financial assistance from the Ministerial Education Fund of the Conference. In 
order to receive such assistance : 

1) students must be enrolled in the candidacy program from the Louisiana Conference 

2) they must be properly enrolled in a United Methodist Seminary or other theological 
school properly certified by the University Senate of our church 

3) they must be working toward their basic seminary degree 

4) they may not receive financial assistance for more than six (6) semesters of seminary 
work or an equivalent 

5) students must request financial assistance through the registrar of the Committee on 
Ministerial Training and Orders of the Board (William Peeples, P.O. Box 118, 
Bastrop, LA 71220) using a card which they may secure from their District 
Superintendent and which must be validated by the registrar of the school where they 
are enrolled before it is sent to the registrar of the committee. Such validated 
requests will be honored and financial assistance granted. 

This committee has also recommended that the Board of Ordained Ministry sponsor 
training experiences for District committees on the ministry to be held during the 1982-83 
conference year. A task group from the Board has been appointed to make 
recommendations concerning such training. 

Bert Scott, Chairman 

Subcommittee On Caring And Counselling 

The Subcommittee on Caring and Counselling makes the following recommendations to 
the 1982 Session of the Louisiana Annual Conference: 

1. That every district conduct a Spiritual Life Retreat for the ministers within their 
district in order to provide greater spiritual and moral support for their ministry. 

2. That all 1983 Retirees attend the Pre-Retirement Counselling Seminar, to be held 
April 22, 1983. 

3. That all clergy send in their "Spiritual Life Bank Request Form" by September 1, 
1982, if they have not already done so. 

4. If you are insured through the Conference Insurance Program, $16 per visit is paid. A 
$50 deductible fee must be paid once per calendar year per family member that 
receives counseling. Psychologists referred by a Medical Doctor (M.D.) and 
Psychiatrists are eligible to receive fees through this service. 

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Processor at the Traveler's Insurance Company in New Orleans. The office number is 
(504) 833-7205. 

Alonzo Campbell, Chairman 

Subcommittee On Counselling Elders 

The subcommittee makes the following recommendations : 

1. That only local pastors who have not completed their educational requirements be 
assigned a Counselling Elder. 

2. In order to establish guidelines for clarity of Paragraph 411 of the 1980 Discipline we 
recommend that each D.S. submit five names in the District to serve as Counselling 
Elders. The D.S. would then assign each local pastor to one of these five C.E.'s. 
Training for all C.E.'s will continue to be under the Board of Ordained Ministry. We 
suggest that recently retired ministers might serve admirably in this capacity, and 
the D.S. might find money in District funds to provide expense money for the first two 
years. 

3. That travel expenses, at the Conference rate, be paid to the Counselling Elders as 
suggested in Paragraph 411 (1980 Discipline), to be implemented June 1, 1982. 

J. Henry Bowdon, Jr., Chairman 

Subcommittee On Continuing Education 

PASTOR'S SCHOOL INFORMATION : 

Two credit units in Continuing Education will be given at Pastor's School, Centenary 
College, July 12-15, 1982. The faculty consists of: 

— Dr. Bill Power, Perkins School of Theology, Old Testament 

— Dr. Julius Del Pino, St. Paul's School of Theology, Church Administration 

— Dr. Henry Blount, Pastoral Psychology 

— Rev. Bevery Sawyer, Pulaski Heights UMC, Little Rock, Arkansas. 

Alfred L. Norris, Chairman 

Board Of Pensions 

A. Ministers Reserve Pension Fund (MRPF) 
We recommend: 

1. That the funded annuity rate for 1983 be set at $165 per service year. Benefits to 
surviving spouses of ministers shall be 70% of the annuity rate. 

2. That there be apportioned to the charges of the Louisiana Annual Conference the 
amount of $650,000 to be pro-rated on the Conference Decimal, and adjusted by the 
Director of Financial Affairs, with the help of the District Superintendents and the 
executive committee of the Council on Finance and Administration, so that there will 
not be an undue burden on the small church. 

3. That payments for past service liability (prior to 1982) be established on the basis of a 
20 year amortization and that the 1983 payment be set at $1,126,034 to be funded as 
follows : 

Conference Apportionments $650,000 

Interest income from Woolworth Foundation, 
Pension Crusade Funds, etc $476,034 

4. In the event that a church is delinquent in its apportioned pension payment, the 
amount shall be charged against the annuity account of the minister serving at the 
time of such delinquency and shall be deducted from his/her annuity claim at the time 
of that minister's retirement or prior decease. Ministers who have claims against 
their pension credits because of non-payment for service in prior years may pay the 
rate due during those years, plus 6Vfe% interest compounded annually, and, upon 
payment in tun, shall be eligible for pension credit and benefits for those years of 
service. 



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B. The Ministerial Pension Plan (MPP) 
We recommend: 

1. That participants shall all be ministerial members of the Louisiana Annual 
Conference, and local pastors under episcopal appointment to a charge 

2. That Participants Plan Compensation is the sum of: Cash salary received from 
church-related sources; Housing Allowance, or when a parsonage is provided, 20% of 
the cash salary as the approximate value of that parsonage and any tax deferred 
annuity contribution paid during the year under any tax deferred annuity program. 

3. That the church's contribution base be set at 12% of the Denominational Average 
Compensation (DAC) as determined annually by the General Board of Pensions (1982 
DAC is $16,776). However, if a participant's compensation falls below the DAC, the 
participant's salary paying unit shall pay 12% of actual compensation and the CPP 
shall make a special allocation so that the contribution credits will be based on the 
DAC. 

4. Contributions for each participant shall be paid directly by the Paying Unit to the 
General Board of Pensions, 1200 Davis Street, Evanston, IL 60201. 

5. Any local church that becomes delinquent in payment will have until September 20th 
of the following year to satisfy payments. 

6. Participants shall contribute 3% of Plan Compensation to the MPP on a regular basis 
with remittances made directly to the General Board of Pensions. This may be done 
in either of two ways : 

a. The minister may send his personal check, along with General Board remittance 
form, directed to his regular annuity account as a tax deductible contribution. 

b. The minister may have his employer make direct deposits (up to 15% of cash 
salary) in a tax-deferred annuity account, in accordance with Federal Govern- 
ment regulations (Further information concerning the tax deferred deposit plan 
may be obtained by writing the Rev. Wayne L. Bondurant, General Board of 
Pensions, 1200 Davis St., Evanston, IL 60201. 

C. The Comprehensive Protection Plan (CPP) 
We recommend: 

1. That participants shall all be ministerial members of the Louisiana Annual Con- 
ference, and local pastors under episcopal appointment, who are receiving at least 
the equivalent of the Conference, equitable salary. Part-time ministers, probationary 
members appointed to attend school, and certain members on sabbatical leave may 
become participants under special arrangements. 

2. That the churches contribute, on behalf of each participant, an amount equal to 4.4% 
of the actual compensation plus 20% housing up to DAC maximum and make remit- 
tances directly to the General Board of Pensions in conjunction with MPP payments. 

3. Disability benefits: 

a. A monthly disability benefit will be payable to participants equal to 40% of the 
DAC. 

b. The church contribution to the MPP on behalf of the participant will be continued 
from the CPP. 

4. The Death Benefit Program (DBP) Plan C shall be continued and will be funded 
through an addition to the H.M.E.P. This supplement to the CPP provides the 
following benefits : 

a. Minister — The benefit is 225% of the DAC ($37,746 for 1982) if death occurs before 
age 47, decreasing 7 1/2% annually to no less than 60% of the DA at age 68 and 
remaining thus until retirement. At retirement the benefit becomes 30% of DAC 
($5,032.80 for 1982). 

b. Spouse — Coverage in the event of the death of a spouse (minister surviving) is 
15% of the DAC ($2,516.40 for 1982). This applies to both active and retired. In the 
event of the death of a surviving spouse the beneficiary receives 10% of the DAC. 

c. Children — In the event of the death of a child who is at least 14 days of age and less 
than 18 years, the participant receives $1,500. 



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d. Other dependent benefits — Information for children's educational and/or 
disability benefits may be obtained from Dr. J. J. Caraway, Conference Director 
of Financial Affairs, P.O. Box 3057, Baton Rouge, LA 70821. 
D. Hospitalization and Medical Expense Program (HMEP) 

1 . Benefits — a resume of Group Policy No. GA466300C 

a. After a deductible of $50 per person, per year, 80% of the medical expenses covered 
by policy will be paid. 

b. After a $50 deductible per person, per year, 100% of the first $500 of hospitalization 
will be paid. 

c. After you are required to pay $500 of out-of-pocket expenses for covered medical 
expenses by you or your dependent, or $1,500 for insured members of your family, 
during a calendar year, 100% of such medical expenses covered by policy will be 
paid. This does not apply to those over age 65 because of the structure of Medicare 
and HMEP. 

d. Where there is no hospital confinement, for mental or nervous disorders (any 
social maladjustment — occupational, marital, dyssocial or others — without 
manifest psychiatric disorder is not a mental or nervous disorder) the amount of 
the physician's and psychologist's charges included as covered medical expenses 
will be limited to $20 a visit and the number of visits for both during a calendar 
year will be limited to 50. 

e. The maximum benefit is $500,000 for the insured and each dependent. However, up 
to $1,000 of the maximum will be restored automatically each January 1. 

2. Premium for the period January 1, 1982-December 31, 1982 

a. Under 65 

Minister or Employee: $ 671.28 annually; $55.94 monthly 

Spouse with or 

without children : 1,139.69 annually ; 94.93 monthly 

Dependent child : 348.60 annually ; 29.05 monthly 

b. Over 65 

Minister : $390.72 annually ; $32.56 monthly 

Spouse : 390.72 annually; 32.56 monthly 

3. All participants over age 65 must enroll in Medicare and Medicaid (where applicable) 
in order to obtain Conference HMEP benefits. 

4. Reporting HMEP Claims : Only one First Notice of Claim (per person) should be sent, 
each calendar year, to the Travelers Insurance Company, New Orleans, LA. 
Travelers request that claims be filed at least quarterly and not held until the end of a 
year. 

5. Cancellation of HMEP: Should a member of the plan become 3 months in arrears on 
payment of premiums his/her coverage will be discontinued and they shall be notified 
by mail. Reinstatement will not be permitted for one full year, at which time payment 
for the amount in arrears plus 1 month payment in advance must be remitted. Also, 
participants who have been discontinued for non-payment may not be reinstated 
without the approval of the Executive Committee of the Conference Board of 
Pensions, and the filing of a current medical report (a participant should be aware 
that such a report might deprive him/her of coverage for certain existing ailments, or 
may even make him/her ineligible for reinstatement into the program altogether) . 

6. Recommendations: 

a. That the local church pay one-half and the minister pay one-half of the HMEP 
premiums. Remittances shall be sent monthly, or quarterly, in advance to the 
General Board of Pensions . 

b. A church may assume full HMEP premium costs as a tax-exempt benefit for the 
minister. 

c. That the General Board of Pensions is authorized to withhold from annuity checks 
the monthly premium rate for annuitants enrolled in HMEP, but no annuitant shall 
receive less pension payment than the prior year. 



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Report No. 2 

A. Grants 

1 Recommend that grants for dependents be continued to : Robert Ezell, Beulah Irving ; 
James Knight, Jr. 

2. Recommend renewal of a special grant from Conference pension funds be made to 
Rose P. Carithers for the year June 1, 1982-May 31, 1983, in an amount based on her 
eleven (11) years service, as a full time local pastor, times the current annuity rate. 

B. Corrections to Annuity Credits 

l.R. E. Carter — granted three (3) years annuity credit, (1951, 1953-54) for serving 
Glenmora and Palestine charges ; 

2. William A. Rowell — granted one (1) year annuity credit (1970-71) while appointed to 
attend school. 

3. J. T. Cupples — granted one (1) year annuity credit (1980-81) for serving Pine Grove- 
Bethlehem. 

4. M. Jack Odell — granted one (1) year annuity credit (1979) for serving Dubach-Hilly. 

5. M. C. Cady — granted IV2 years annuity credit (March- June, 1952; March-June, 1966; 
1966-68) for serving Cameron and FUMC, Baton Rouge. 

6. Marie P. Williams — granted one (1) year annuity credit (1973) while appointed to 
attend school. 

7. Theresa McConnell — granted one (1) year annuity credit (1979) while appointed to 
attend school. 

8. Freddie C. Henderson, Jr. — granted one (1) year annuity credit (1971) while 
appointed to attend school. 

9. Eddie E. Morgan, Jr. — granted two (2) years annuity credit (1975-77) for serving 
Tangipahoa-Pine Ridge Charge. 

10. Cecil Mims — granted one (1) year annuity credit (1955-56), incorrectly deleted. 

11. L. W. Taylor — granted three (3) years annuity credit (1950-53) for serving 
Carpenter's Chapel and Magnolia Charges 

12. Charles E. Scott — granted one (1) year annuity credit (1967) for serving Melville- 
Palmetto charge. 

13. C. W. Averett — granted .76 (3/4) year annuity credit (Sept.-May, 1969-70) for serving 
Broadmoor UMC, Baton Rouge. 

14. Charles B. Simmons — granted two (2) years annuity credit (1978-80) for serving 
Centenary College. 

15. Don McDowell — granted IV2 years annuity credit (1981-June, 82) for serving 
Centenary College. 

16. James M. Wilkes — granted one (1) year annuity credit for serving Wesley Chapel 
Charge. 

17. Burl S. Dampier — Correct 1978 Journal, p. 141, to read: "Grant IV2 years annuity 
credit (Nov. 1947-June, 49) for serving Oak Grove, Campti-Davis Springs charges. 

18. James Graham — granted 3 years annuity credit (71-73) for serving Shreveport 
Metro-Ministries. 

As a result of the Conference-wide pension audit, other enquires are under investigation 
and subject to Board action pending further verification. Conference members are 
responsible for petitioning status pending requests and providing necessary verification. 

C. utner Matters 

1. Resolution Relating to Rental/Housing Allowances For Retired Ministers of This 
Conference. 

WHEREAS, the religious denomination known as the United Methodist Church has 
the functions through Ministers of the Gospel who are duly ordained or licensed; and 

WHEREAS, the practice of The United Methodist Church is to provide a parsonage 
or a rental allowance as part of the gross compensation for each of its active ordained 
or licensed ministers ; and 

WHEREAS, pensions paid to retired ordained or licensed ministers of The United 



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Methodist Church are considered as deferred compensation and are paid to said 
retired ordained or licensed ministers in consideration of previous, active service; 
and 

WHEREAS, the Inernal Revenue Service has recognized that the Louisiana Annual 
Conference is the appropriate organization to designate a housing/rental allowance 
for retired ordained or licensed ministers who are members of this Conference ; 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED : 

a. An amount equal to 100% of the pension payments received for the current year be 
and is hereby designated as a rental/housing allowance for each retired ordained 
or licensed minister of The United Methodist Church who is or was a member of 
the Louisiana Annual Conference at the time of his or her retirement. 

b. The pension payment to which this rental/housing allowance applies shall be the 
pension payment resulting from all service of such retired ordained or licensed 
minister from all employment by any local church, Annual Conference or insti- 
tution of The United Methodist Church, or of any former denomination that is now 
a part of The United Methodist Church for such retired minister's pension. 

NOTE: 

The rental/housing allowance which may be excluded from a minister's gross income 
is limited to the lesser of (1) the amount of the rental/housing allowance designated 
by the minister's employer or other appropriate body, (2) the amount actually ex- 
pended by the minister to provide his or her housing provided. As specified in Rev. 
Rul. 71-280, 1971 C.B. 92, "the only amount that will qualify for exclusion under section 
107 (2) of the Code as a 'rental allowance' is an amount equal to the fair rental value of 
the home, including furnishings and appurtenances such as a garage, plus the cost of 
utilities." 

2. We recommend that all Retirees shall be enrolled in the Conference HMEP, unless 
they are enrolled in another adequate Health Insurance Program. Those in other 
programs shall submit written evidence of adequate coverages to this Board. 

3. The benefits listed in this report relating to MRPF, MPP, CPP and HMEP, are a 
summary of the programs in which this Conference participates through The General 
Board of Pensions, and all claims are subject to the detailed programs and inter- 
pretations of the General Board. 

4. That our Board of Pensions reimburse (upon receipt of voucher) the necessary 
moving expenses incurred by ministers when they retire, up to a maximum amount of 
$1,500, and the moving expenses of surviving annuitant(s) (who must vacate a 
parsonage) of a minister who dies while in an effective, associate or probationary 
relationship, and of a full-time Lay Pastor under appointment. 

5. Early Retirement — If a minister chooses to take early retirement on an actuarily 
reduced pension, as allowed under the 1980 Discipline, Para. 447.2, he/she must 
assume responsibility for the entire amount of the HMEP premiums. 

6. In cooperation with the Board of the Ordained Ministry, the Board of Pensions 
requests that the Conference Director of Financial Affairs conduct a seminar with all 
new Conference appointees. This seminar will be for the purpose of explaining the 
HMEP, MPP and CPP, and to assist these persons in completing all necessary 
applications. It is further requested that information regarding the Federal Self- 
Employment Tax be given by the Director of Financial Affairs, an appointee from the 
Internal Revenue Service, or other tax expert. We recommend that this seminar be 
conducted in the Area Office during the month of August, 1982. 

7. The Board of Pensions is pleased to provide housing on the Centenary Campus for 
retirees and their spouses or widows. We recommend that reservation requests be 
submitted to Centenary NO LATER THAN April 1. The Board is not responsible*for 
any other housing arrangement. Meals will also be provided by the Board in the 
Centenary Cafeteria. 



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Special Report 
Pension Funding Crusade 

WE DEPENDED ON THEM 

THEY DEPEND ON US 

The Louisiana Conference, in regular session June, 1978, authorized a Pension Funding 
Crusade to secure capital funds to insure meeting our pension responsibilities and to 
strengthen our pension. A goal of $2,500,000 was approved to be raised in a four year period 
of time (June 1, 1979-May 31, 1983). 

Under the inspiring leadership of Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin, the dedication of the 
Special Task Force, the supportive efforts of the Conference Board of Pensions, and the able 
assistance of Alton S. Miller of the Office of Finance and Field Service, an intensive 
campaign was conducted. We rejoiced at the response as Laity and Clergy together led 
Louisiana United Methodists to resounding success and achievement exceeding the 
established goal. 

Directives of the campaign call for the reporting to the Conference the manner in which 
commitments are being honored, and the manner in which the funds are being handled. Dr. 
J. J. Caraway, Executive Secretary of The Conference Board of Pensions, reports the 
following: 

Sources Goal Commitments Paid to 1/1/82 Balance Due 

Churches $2,499,849 $3,221,059 $1,786,207 $1,449,639 

Ministers 3% Base Salary 476,029 295,512 180,517 

We recommend that Pension Crusade Funds be retained by the Louisiana Annual 
Conference for investment under policies determined by the Investment Committee of the 
United Methodist Foundation, and investments be made by the Conference Director of 
Financial Affairs in consultation with the Executive Committee of the Conference Board of 
Pensions. 

In keeping with the intent of the Crusade we have been able to increase the annuity rate 
from $121 in 1979 to the $165 recommended rate for 1982, and at the same time we have 
decreased the decimal apportionments from $1,000,000 to the recommended $650,000 for 
1983. In doing so we have retained all capital receipts and used only the earned interest in 
meeting pension requirements. It is clearly evident that this funding has enabled us to enter 
the new Ministerial Pension Plan in 1982 in the fine manner and at the high level of 
participation decided on at the last session of the Annual Conference. 

Certificates of Appreciation will be presented to all churches and ministers upon 
completion of their stated pledge to this Crusade. We commend all churches and ministers 
who have been faithful and regular in payment of their commitments to this fund. It is of 
utmost importance that we bring the same spirit of enthusiasm and commitment to this last 
year of the campaign as was evidenced in the overwhelming support when it was initiated. 
We urge each District Superintendent to make this an item on the agenda of the Charge 
Conference in each church in 1982. 

It is incumbent upon us to complete our financial commitments to this Pension Funding 
Crusade and further strengthen our pension program. Every delegate to this Annual 
Conference must carry the message back to the local church in such a way as to elicit 
continued response to the theme "We Depended on Them — They Depend On Us." 

Donald J. Hall 
Conference Board of Pensions 

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GENERAL BOARD OF PENSIONS OF THE 
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 

Payment To Annuitants & Beneficiaries Report 

Ministerial Members — Inside 



Ailor, James William $4,439.64 

Allen, Reuel Hale $3,380.04 

Barabin, Walter $3,575.04 

Barham, Sr., Wm. Carl $4,907.52 

Bayliss, John Andrew $2,472.36 

Beasley, James L $3,965.04 

Bell, Clark Warren $3,152.52 

Bengston, William H $ 471.25 

Berry, Edward Lee $2,767.94 

Blakely, George Eldred $3,510.00 

Bodie, L. A $3,867.60 

Bowie, William Taft $3,965.04 

Branton, R. R $4,485.00 

Brown, Tillman A $4,485.00 

Burlew, George J $1,397.52 

Butler, MaxR $3,770.04 

Cain, Albert Jerome $6,207.60 

Calvin, Richard W $5,005.08 

Campbell, Fred Wm $1,300.08 

Carter, Eddie $2,860.08 

Carter, Robert C $3,835.08 

Cassels, Wm. Paul $3,965.04 

Christopher, Sr., Olden $4,355.04 

Clark, ClydeS $2,340.00 

Collins, Albert A $5,395.08 



Grant, Robert Roy $4,225.08 

Hall, Blackmon L $3,315.00 

Handy, Sr., W. Talbot $4,875.00 

Harkins, George W $ 824.12 

Harper, Jolly B $5,655.00 

Harris, James Thomas $5,785.08 

Harris, Robert Matthew $4,680.00 

Harrison, Chapman John $1,321.68 

Hayes, Charles Henry $2,827.50 

Hodges, James Ezra $2,470.08 

Holladay, Jr., Samuel S $5,265.00 

Holley, Bonnie Ruth $1,289.19 

Howell, Halleys Comet $2,080.08 

Howes, Ted T $5,005.08 

Hurley, Albert S $4,095.00 

Irving, Sidney Earl $4,944.72 

Jennings, Lee Calley $3,510.00 

Johns, Henry L $4,322.52 

Jones, James A $4,745.04 

Keasler, Edwin A. 

King, Thomas Frederick $2,860.08 

Krumnow, Clarence Benny $3,526.25 

Lancaster, Thomas M $2,426.69 

Lankford, Frank C $2,600.04 

Law, Ashley $4,030.08 



Collins, Frank Chas $3,705.00 Lawton, Alton Clinton $2,145.00 

Conerly, Abe M $1,994.88 Lee, Oakley $3,575.04 

Coody, Sr., Arby Wade $5,265.00 Lueg, Sr., Carl F $6,175.08 

Cooke, R. Leonard $4,712.52 Martin, B. Joseph $1,690.08 

Corley, Marvin H $3,965.04 Martin, Carey Austin $2,472.36 

Corry, George H $4,225.08 Matthews, Jr., James W $4,745.04 

Cotten, C. J. T $4,485.00 McCoy, Isaiah Lewis $3,900.00 

Crammer, Heaton B $2,464.63 McElroy, Talmadge E $5,785.08 

Dampier, Samuel Burl $2,426.69 McKeithen, J. P $5,135.04 

Davis, M. L $ 845.01 McKisson, Theron T $ 216.68 

Dawson, Jr., Dana $4,944.72 Mead, Frederick A $3,770.04 

Deen, Daniel Ray $3,477.60 Melbert, N. H $2,405.04 

Douglas, Luman E $5,135.04 Midyett, Jack H $5,395.08 

Durbin, B. Paul $4,257.60 Milem, Sr., Lewis Ed $4,944.72 

Emanuel, Samuel Percy $4,355.04 Milton, W. D $4,745.04 

Ennis, Ameal Dallas $3,438.60 Moore, C. L $1,885.08 

Felder, Martin David $5,200.08 Morris, Virgin Dixon $5,655.00 



Fike, Jr., Charles E $ 505.56 

Finnin, Sr., William M $2,730.00 

Flowers, Ira W $5,330.04 

Flurry, Fred S $5,265.00 

Fulkerson, Maurice D $ 780.00 

Gaines, Kelso $2,925.00 

Garrett, J. T $2,925.00 

Grambling, James B $4,875.00 



Murray, Robert Shelvy $3,510.00 

Perry, Nathaniel P $3,120.00 

Pinkard, Collins D $3,997.56 

Poole, Daniel Wm $5,915,104 

Quaid, Cleburne W $4,777.56 

Reid, Wm. Jackson $3,087.60 

Rhyan, Henry James $4,160.04 

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Robinson, Joe H $2,860.08 

Schwendimann, Fred W $3,152.52 

Sewell, John Henry $4,527.12 

Shaw, Clyde T $3,445.08 

Shaw, William B $5,070.00 

Shearer, John B $3,835.08 

Sloane, Bentley R $4,615.08 

Small, Ceasar D $4,745.04 

Smith, James A $3,900.00 

Smith, Theodore J $3,510.00 

Spinks, Otis W $4,745.04 

Squyres, Rex $5,265.00 

Stage, Jr., Frank M $1,483.02 

Stapleton, O. C $ 520.08 

Stegall, William G $2,210.04 

Stewart, Henry L $2,080.08 

Sylvest, Sr., E. E $2,665.08 

Tatum, Eskel L $5,037.60 



Taylor, A. Garfield $5,265.00 

Taylor, Byron C $1,251.27 

Taylor, Robert Spencer $5,395.08 

Tooke, KarlB $3,705.00 

Walton, Richard E $5,525.04 

Wendt, W. R $3,672.60 

Wethers, Carl Theodore $5,265.00 

White, C. B , $5,265.00 

Williams, Lason A $3,098.37 

Willis, Willie Henry $3,185.04 

Wilson, James William $4,550.04 

Wilson, JohnF $2,470.08 

Wilson, Lee Gray $3,380.04 

Wineinger, Donald E $5,232.60 

York, George D $3,250.08 



Inside — Total $488,914.49 



Ministerial Members — Elsewhere 



Allen, Jr., Estill F $ 780.00 

Allen, Walter Miller $2,015.04 

Bailey, Harold Sellers $ 487.56 

Beadle, Marvin Wallace $1,560.00 

Behrens, Ben $ 520.08 

Broadus, Lars L $1,560.00 

Byrd, William Otto $1,982.52 

Cook, Easter Fern $ 390.00 

Corrigan, W. Raymond $ 390.00 

Crandall, Sr., Claude H $ 520.08 

Culpepper, Virgil M $1,170.00 

Deschner, Phil $ 97.50 

Donaldson, Ivan O $1,072.56 

Douglas, Eliot M $ 162.60 

Douglas, James B $ 130.08 

Echols, Timothy B $ 260.44 

Faulk, Clayborne W $ 520.08 

Faulk, Roland William $1,040.04 

Fleming, Neal Bond $ 357.60 

Franklin, Wm. S $ 260.04 

Garlington, J. Ezell $ 260.04 

Gilmore, Arthur L $ 390.00 

Grant, Sr., Edwin H $ 520.08 

Hammontree, Gerald D $ 105.12 

Hardy, C. Reginald $1,235.04 

Harris, Edward W $ 682.50 

Hayes, Charles K $ 390.00 



Haynes, Sr., Leonard L $ 715.08 

Hunter, Louis Gerald $ 162.50 

Ivey, George F $ 422.52 

Love, Joe B $ 780.00 

Marrs, Wilford Ray $1,300.08 

Mays, Emmet A $ 785.45 

Morgan, John Baber $1,527.60 

Nease, Jr., Leander R $2,600.04 

Pearce, Myron Chester $ 260.04 

Perez, Carlos $ 162.60 

Roberts, Jr., Quitman C $ 549.90 

Roe, Lyle B $ 390.00 

Sanford, HughM $ 260.04 

Selfridge, Philip R $ 700.08 

Shumaker, Leroy R $ 162.51 

Stockwell, Spencer Lewis $1,040.04 

Tarver, David F $3,315.00 

Taylor, Kenneth Vernon $ 260.04 

Tucker, Lewis Edwin $ 65.00 

Tunis, Joseph Kemp $ 585.00 

Turner, James Leon $ 585.00 

Varner, Sr., Henry B $ 86.68 

Waltman, B. W $1,820.04 

Whitaker, James C $3,315.00 

White,ReubenH $ 747.60 

Elsewhere — Total $41,456.44 

Ministerial Member Total $530,370.93 



Surviving Spouses — Inside 



Aldridge, Evelyn G $1,564.09 

Alford, Ava M $3,549.00 

Andrews, Josephine $2,730.00 

Barabin, Charlsie B $2,225.16 

Bentley, Myrtis W $3,321.60 



Bibbons, Emma Pearl $3,276.00 

Branch, Mary C $2,957.52 

Bridgette, Vivian E $3,571.80 

Brown, Ella V $2,934.84 

Brown, Louise M $4,117.80 



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Butler, Victoria $1,456.08 

Byoune, Elmena L $1,410.60 

Cain, Adona $3,412.56 

Caldwell, Eliza E $2,479.80 

Calvin, Teresa A. B $4,413.60 

Campbell, Ruth C. $3,503.52 

Caraway, Minnie Y. $2,320.56 

Carithers, Rosabelle $1,456.08 

Carrington, Essie S $3,003.00 

Carroll, Lois W $2,320.56 

Carter, Ruth W $3,435.24 

Castain, Mae Etta $3,025.80 

Crotwell, Jimmy Lou $1,661.64 

Dameron, Estelle D $2,684.52 

Daniels, Susia J $2,225.16 

Davis, Betty L $1,774.71 

Day, Bernice C $3,412.56 

Drake, Carolyn R $2,411.52 

Dufresne, Hattie D $3,913.08 

Edwards, Lillian $2,343.24 

Ezell, Mary Ellen $1,883.88 

Franklin, Beulah $2,821.08 

Freeman, Evelyn H $2,434.32 

Fulton,EllaW $ 910.08 

George, Ruth H $3,685.56 

Gibbs, Katherine S $2,866.56 

Gieck, Eda Pearl $1,456.08 

Giessen, Thelma $1,615.32 

Gilbert, Ollie Mae $2,225.16 

Greene, Victoria $2,252.28 

Hall, Frances S $ 182.04 

Harkins, Martha $ 515.68 

Harper, Lois $ 273.00 

Harris, Maude P $3,981.24 

Haug, Hallie $3,776.52 

Hayes, Luella $1,979.40 

Haynes, Virginia $2,730.00 

Hearn, Alta F $3,594.60 

Hinds, Enola G $ 910.08 

Hine, Doris Fay $2,138.52 

Holliday, Laura B $ 22.80 

Hollingsworth, Marjorie $2,225.16 

Home, Mary H $1,001.04 

Howell, Doris L $3,412.56 

Hurd, Esther B $ 910.08 

Irving, Virginia H $2,457.00 

Jackson, Portia Nerissa $ 910.08 

Jamieson, Norma $3,116.76 

Johns, Stella B $4,345.32 

Johnson, Daisy Mae $ 690.08 

Johnston, Blanche D $ 250.32 

Kellogg, Naomi L $2,366.04 

Kilpatrick, Sidney C $2,889.24 

King, Madice $1,160.28 

Knight, Sunshine $3,992.69 



Knox Tamar Ann. . . . . , , , _. „ . . . $1,842.84 

Landry, Lena $ 910.08 

Lee, Orpha C $1,342.32 

Lester, Emma R $2,138.52 

London, Susie Y $3,662.76 

Love, Ida T $2,229.60 

Lynch, Josie S $3,958.56 

McCammon, Janelle $2,275.08 

McCann, Priscilla J $2,229.60 

McClung, Constance G $ 741.72 

McCrory, Helen Tinsley $3,867.60 

McDowell, Pauline $2,775.60 

McKay, Pearl B $1,956.60 

McKnight, Mary D $3,867.60 

Mitchell, Almatine M $1,205.76 

Moore,Lillie $1,274.04 

Moreland, Bertha $3,594.60 

Neill, GraceB $4,277.04 

Norris, Adele T $2,184.00 

Norris, Margaret $2,070.24 

Peyton, Susan S $2,225.16 

Pomeroy, Lillie Mae $3,890.28 

Rasmussen, Elise L $2,843.76 

Jones, Catherine G $ 697.68 

Reed, Irene $3,549.00 

Akin, Fredna R $ 728.04 

Rickey, NellH $3,708.24 

Rorie, Amy G $ 728.04 

Sartor, Henrietta C $1,956.60 

Sawyer, Anne B $1,592.52 

Scott, Barbara Ellen $1,842.84 

Seegers, Georgine F $3,594.60 

Seiler, Gloria $1,648.04 

Sensintaffar, Rosa G $ 910.08 

Smith, Mattie $1,418.01 

Smith, Edrith Clare $3,412.56 

Smith, Mattie G $3,435.24 

Spinks, Mary Lowrey $2,047.56 

St. Amant, Margaret T $3,958.56 

Staples, Myrtle T $3,230.52 

Sweat, Ruby L $ 641.92 

Taylor, Gladys M $4,163.28 

Timmons, Rhoda L $1,501.56 

Tisdale, Lilla H $ 500.52 

Townsend, Florine R $3,958.56 

Trice, Daisy $ 910.08 

Walker, Marion D $1,433.28 

Walker, Sunny B $1,274.04 

Wall, Shirley N $2,225.16 

Wallace, Maude $2,225*16 

Wallace, Evanga L $3^458.04 

Wardah, Alva F $1,979.28 

Watson, Gracie P $2,479.80 

White, Willie Mae $2,161.32 

Williams, Irene D $ 417.12 



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Williams, Eva J $1,569.84 Young, Estate of Bertha $ 195.27 

Williams, Mable L $2,502.60 Inside — Total $284,310.81 



Surviving Spouses — Elsewhere 



Barron, Flora M $ 182.04 

Beadle, RuthM $ 364.08 

Brodhead, Rebecca $ 364.08 

Brown, Cubah K $ 728.04 

Brown, Melissa C $ 113.76 

Childress, Bertha B $1,183.08 

Clegg, Lucille $ 546.00 

Crowe, Lucy-Avis $ 182.04 

Dean, Dorothy J $ 182.04 

Dulany, La Vera J $ 819.00 

Frank, Gertrude $1,046.52 

Hefley, Lucille $ 182.04 

Herrick, Dorothy L $ 273.00 

Hunter, Mary Frances $ 22.80 

Jamieson, Roberta $1,365.00 

Johnson, Annie H $ 182.04 

Jordan, Ella M $ 341.28 

Kaetzell, Grace F $ 455.04 

Maggio, Irene G $ 295.80 

Matthews, Elsie I $1,092.00 

McPherson, Naomi L $ 341.28 

Mershon, Bertha $ 91.08 

Methvin, Jewel G $ 500.52 



Children 

Barabin, Judith B $1,483.44 

Barabin, Julian B $ 247.24 

Barabin, Juliet Charlsie $ 247.24 

Barabin, Marcus B $ 741.72 

Calvin, Lavenia M $1,050.88 

Calvin, Lenora A $1,576.32 

Crotwell, Bridgette $1,332.51 

Ezell, Robert Doyle $1,361.52 

Harris, Albert S $1,483.44 

Irving, Beulah $1,346.88 



Middleton, Louise M $ 

Pickett, Agnes B $ 

Porter, Zona B $ 

Proctor, Virginia A $ 

Robinson, Elizabeth T $ 

Royal, Bertha S $1 

Sanford, Vivian L $ 

Scott, Inez T $1 

Shumaker, Alma L $ 

Bailey, Ursa L $ 

Starnes, Clara E $ 

Stodghill, Jewell T $ 

Stuckey, Louise A $ 

Thompson, Laura J $ 

Trice, Leora $ 

Trotter, Lena J $ 

Vanderpool, Evelyn $ 

Varner, Virginia $ 

Vaughan, Hazel A $1 

Wallace, Gertrude E $ 

Warlick, Mattie L $ 

Watts, Lillian $ 

Elsewhere — Total $22 



182.04 
728.04 
273.00 
864.60 
364.08 
,456.08 

45.60 
,365.00 
341.82 
841.80 
204.84 
364.08 
591.60 
364.08 
290.81 
273.00 
159.24 
121.44 
,615.32 
637.08 

68.28 

455.44 

,459.43 



Surviving Spouses Total $306,770.24 

— Inside 

King, Claudette D $1,092.48 

King, Gwendolen L $ 414.48 

King, John Christopher $ 414.48 

King, MadiceE $ 962.16 

King, Reginald L $ 962.16 

Knight, Jr., James A $1,483.44 

Peyton, Jonathan $ 741.72 

Inside — Total $16,942.11 



Children — Elsewhere 

Frank, Lynette $ 249.20 

Elsewhere — Total $ 249.20 

Children — Total $17,191.31 

Local Pastors Inside 



Brown, Eugene $ 780.00 

Cansler, Hal P $ 910.08 

Eaker, Robert C $1,690.08 

Myers, Allen E $ 780.00 

Poledore, Joseph M $2,600.04 



Shaw, Lee G 

Sibley, Sr., Pleasant W 

Local Pastors Inside Total 



$2,665.08 

$4,615.08 

$14,040.36 



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Surv. LP Spouses Inside 

Alexander, Josephine $1,365.00 Thomas, Ethel L $1,274.04 

Drake, Cecelia $ 637.08 Westbrook, Elvie D $1,774.56 

Franklin, Janie L $2,866.56 White, Ethel C $2,222.28 

Goodwin, Lucille P $1,092.00 Young, Ida Burrell $ 910.08 

Hines, Rosalie $ 364.08 Young, Rosalie $2,225.16 

Lockhart, Doshia $1,820.04 

Riley, Elizabeth G $2,225.16 Inside — Total $19,686.12 

Smith,EllaD $ 910.08 

Surv. LP Spouses Elsewhere 

Bugh, Lavonia G $ 637.08 Surv. LP Spouses Total $20,323.20 

Elsewhere — Total $ 637.08 CONFERENCE TOTAL $888,696.04 



Board Of Trustees 
Report No. 1 

The Conference Board of Trustees has faithfully carried out all actions of the 1981 
Louisiana Annual Conference in reference to properties, and the secretary of the Board has 
sent copies of the resolutions and other information related to them to the respective 
District Superintendents in whose districts those properties are located. 

Our Board of Trustees is attempting to obtain a complete list of all properties within the 
bounds of the Louisiana Annual Conference which have been abandoned either by 
Conference action or by lack of use over a period of time and is asking each District 
Superintendent to file with the Secretary of the Conference Board of Trustees a list of these 
abandoned properties. The Board has compiled such a list of properties that have been 
abandoned by action of the Louisiana Annual Conference from 1964 to date, and is sending a 
copy of this list to each District Superintendent. 

It has been a joy to work with our Bishop and the Conference Headquarters Committee in 
the construction of a United Methodist Building in Baton Rouge. After inspection, the 
building was substantially accepted on May 18, 1982, and opening ceremonies will be held on 
June 19 and 20. 

We wish to commend the work and the faithfulness of three trustees retiring from the 
Board of this Annual Conference. They are Mrs. H. D. Burkhalter, Ferdinand V. Grayson, 
and the Rev. John B. Koelemay. 

We wish also to express our appreciation for fourteen years of service as Secretary- 
Treasurer of the Board rendered by W. Davis Cotton, who is retiring from that office at this 
Annual Conference. We ask for the privilege of making a special presentation to Mr. Cotton. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Benedict A. Galloway 
W. D. Cotton 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Board Of Trustees 
Report No. 2 

This report supplements our report Number 1 and is to inform the Conference of the action 
taken by the Board relative to Conference property, and recommendations thereon. 

During the Conference year, authorized by mail ballot, the President has executed* 
mineral leases on property heretofore abandoned by the Conference, the title of which 
reposes in this Board. Boyd's Chapel Church, in the Alexandria District, leased to Placid Oil 
Company, for a term of five years, with a bonus payment of $208.00 which was paid to the 
Alexandria District, for use in furtherance of its mission program. 

Also the president was authorized by mail ballot, to enter into a mineral lease with Justiss 



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Oil Company, Inc., of the former Zoar Church property, located in Jackson Parish, 
Louisiana. This lease paid a bonus of $200.00, plus the 1/6 royalty and for a term of five 
years. The Board of Trustees has this day authorized the ratification of both of these leases. 

We have continued to cooperate with the Building Committee of the Headquarters 
Building in Baton Rouge, and upon recommendation of the Building Committee, several 
weeks ago, we have accepted the job as being complete. We understand that the Building 
Committee continues work in cooperation with the contractor, on several minor details, on 
which there is complete agreement. 

Title to the Headquarters Building, like all other Annual Conference property, is vested in 
this Board of Trustees in accordance with the provisions of Article 2510.1 of the Book of 
Discipline. In view of the fact that this Board has no paid employees, to administer and look 
after Conference property, we recommend that the president of this Board be authorized to 
appoint a Maintenance Committee for the Headquarters Building. This committee would 
have responsibility for the maintenance and upkeep of the building and its grounds, the 
procurement of adequate hazard insurance, at all times, and generally, direct the care and 
maintenance of the premises. We understand that all operating expenses and utilities of the 
Headquarters will be paid by the Conference Treasurer. 

For the first time, in many years, we have received no requests for abandonment of 
church property. We presume that this can be taken as an indication that services are being 
held in all of the churches of the Conference, and we are grateful for the support and 
cooperation given us by the District Superintendents in this connection. 

We have worked in cooperation and harmony, with the attorneys for the successions of 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Bannerman regarding the donation of their home property in the 
City of Shreveport, to this Conference. As shown by the resolution which we will present to 
the Conference, in order to more perfectly carry out the intent of Mr. and Mrs. Bannerman, 
we are recommending that this Board be authorized to transfer the title of the property to 
the Retired Ministers Homes Board, Inc. 

A certified copy of the financial report of the Secretary-Treasurer is hereto attached as 

report Number 3. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Benedict A. Galloway, President 

W. D. Cotton, Secretary-Treasurer 

Report No. 3 

Conference Board Of Trustees 

Louisiana Annual Conference 

June 1, 1981 Through June 1, 1982 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD: • • $1,946.44 

RECEIPTS: 

11/18/81 Union Church Sale $4,500.00 

12/ 1/81 Placid Oil Company 20800 

3/11/82 Justiss 20000 

5/19/82 Noatomas North America, Inc 1,217.55 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Chk. 
No. 

6/ 5/81 618 Pickett Food Service, Inc $ 59.92 

6/19/81 619 James H. Brown, Sec. of State 13.00 

7/ 1/81 620 W. O. Hunter, Clerk of Court 1050 

10/ 1/81 621 The Franklin Banner, re Church sale 20.25 

11/19/81 622 Baton Rouge — Lafayette Board of 

Missions ; proceeds, sale of Union Church property . . . 3,523.80 



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12/14/81 623 Lake Charles U.M.C., reimbursement 

for telephone expense 34.08 

12/29/81 624 Alexandria District U.M.C., 

Bonus payment, Boyd's Chapel 208.00 

4/ 8/82 625 Ruston District U.M.C., Mineral Lease, Zoar Church 

Property 

5/17/82 626 Camp Brewer, Maintenance Committee 1,217.55 

5/21/72 627 W. O. Hunter, Clerk of Court 3.50 

BALANCEONHAND $2,781.39 

CERTIFIED CORRECT 
June 1,1982 
W. D. Cotton 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Resolution 

Of 

The Board Of Trustees 

Of 

The Louisiana Annual Conference 

Of 
The United Methodist Church 
WHEREFORE, W. D. Cotton of Rayville, Louisiana has served on the Board of Trustees 
of the Louisiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church for Twenty-Nine 
years ; 

WHEREAS, W. D. Cotton has served as Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Trustees of 
the Louisiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church for Fourteen years ; 

WHEREAS, W. D. Cotton has been faithful and patient as well as meticulous in his work, 
has confected documents and resolutions, has insured that the property records of the 
Conference are kept in keeping with the Book of Discipline of The United Methodist Church ; 
WHEREAS, He has served as guardian of our property and protector of our legal rights, 
faithfully, unselfishly, and well; 

THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Board of Trustees of the Louisiana Annual 
Conference of The United Methodist Church that we do by these present give this word of 
expression of our thanks for his long and hard work and many years of service on the 
occasion of his retirement as Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Trustees of the Louisiana 
Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church. This done and passed, unanimously, by 
the members of the Board of Trustees to be presented to the said W. D. Cotton in open 
session of the Louisiana Annual Conference and to be permanently spread upon the minutes 
of the Board of Trustees of the Louisiana Annual Conference. 
ALL in loving gratitude for the work of a faithful servant. 

Dr. Benedict A. Galloway 
President 

RESOLUTION 

WHEREAS, by their last wills and testaments, Charles W. Bannerman, and his wife, Mrs. 
Zula Gilcrease Bannerman, bequeathed to the Louisiana Conference of The United Method- 
ist Church, certain property located at 252 Oakley Drive, Shreveport, Caddo Parish, 
Louisiana more particularly described as follows : 

Lot B of Plat 72 of Broadmoor Subdivision, Unit Number 1, in the City of 
Shreveport, Louisiana, as per map in Book 150, Page 185 et seq. of the records of 
Caddo Parish, Louisiana, together with all buildings and improvements thereon 
and, 
WHEREAS, it is meet and proper that this Annual Conference should formally accept the 



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donations now, therefore: 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Louisiana Annual Conference, in annual session convened, that 
the Acts of Donation, mortis causa, made by Mr. Charles W. Bannerman, and Mrs. Zula 
Gilcrease Bannerman of the above described property be and the same are hereby formally 
accepted by this Annual Conference, with gratitude for itself, and for those who will 
hereafter benefit by this generous gift, and, 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED etc., that B. A. Galloway, President, and W. D. Cotton, 
Secretary-Treasurer of the Conference Board of Trustees, or either of them, be and they are 
hereby authorized to formally accept the donations, aforesaid, on behalf of this conference. 

RESOLUTION 

WHEREAS, by their last wills and testaments, Charles W. Bannerman, and his wife, Mrs. 
Zula Gilcrease Bannerman, did, by their last wills bequeath to the Louisiana Conference of 
The United Methodist Church, certain property located at 252 Oakley Drive, Shreveport, 
Caddo Parish, Louisiana more particularly described as follows : 

Lot B of Plat 72 of Broadmoor Subdivision, Unit Number l, in the City of 
Shreveport, Louisiana, as per map in Book 150, Page 185 et seq. of the records of 
Caddo Parish, Louisiana, together with all buildings and improvements thereon 
and, 

WHEREAS by their testaments, Mr. and Mrs. Bannerman requested that the property be 
used as a home for superannuated ministers of the Louisiana Conference of The United 
Methodist Church, and stipulated if the property be sold, the proceeds be used to purchase 
another home or homes in Shreveport, for retired ministers of the Louisiana Conference of 
The United Methodist Church and 

WHEREAS, in accordance with the provisions of the Discipline of The United Methodist 
Church, title to such bequests to this Annual Conference vested in the Board of Trustees of 
the Louisiana Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church, and 

WHEREAS, in order to comply with the express wishes of the decedents, the Board of 
Trustees has recommended to the Annual Conference, that it, acting through its president 
and secretary, or either of them be authorized to transfer the title of the said property to the 
RETIRED MINISTERS HOMES BOARD, INC., by appropriate act of conveyance, to be 
recorded in Caddo Parish, Louisiana now, therefore: 

BE IT RESOLVED by the Louisiana Annual Conference in annual session assembled, that 
the Board of Trustees of this Annual Conference, acting through its president and secretary, 
or either of them, be and it is hereby authorized and directed to forthwith convey, transfer 
and deliver the premises described above, to the Retired Ministers Homes Board, Inc. to be 
used, sold, leased, or occupied by it, consistent with the express wishes of the testators, and 
Articles of Incorporation of the RETIRED MINISTERS HOMES BOARD, INC., and its by- 
laws rules and regulations, relative to the administration and disposition of property 
coming into its possession. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, etc., that this Annual Conference hereby accepts the 
donation of the aforesaid property with appreciation and gratitude on behalf of this Annual 
Conference as a tangible expression of love, devotion and loyalty to the Church, by Mr. 
Charles M. Bannerman, and Mrs. Zula Gilcrease Bannerman, and that this expression of 
appreciation and gratitude be conveyed to the surviving members of their family. 

C. Reports Of Commissions 

Report Of The Commission On Archives And History 

The Commission on Archives and History has the responsibility of establishing a complete 
record of the conference, its agencies and institutions, by collecting, preserving, and 
cataloging the official documents, minutes, and historical items of The United Methodist 
Church in Louisiana. The Commission maintains two depositories where these records are 
stored: the Cline Room of Magale Library at Centenary College in Shreveport, and The Will 
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We are pleased to acknowledge the support of local churches in the continuing task of 
writing church histories and forwarding copies of anniversary programs, dedications of 
buildings, historical sites, and other important documents which help to complete our 
records. The Archivist reports greater use of the archival materials which are presently 
available. 

A History Workshop was conducted by Dr. John Ness at the Trinity United Methodist 
Church in Ruston, Louisiana. Those in attendance received valuable information concern- 
ing the work of the history committee in the local church. 

The Bicentennial Committee is coordinating the Bicentennial Celebration of American 
Methodism 1784-1984 which will be observed by the conference and local churches. Various 
types of activities, projects, and programs and other planning information for this 
celebration may be found in the May 1982 issue of the Interpreter. 

Wadsworth A. Davis 
Chairman 

Christian Unity And Interreligious Concerns 

I pray for those who believe in me through their word that they may all be one; 
even as thou Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be in us, so that 
the world may believe that thou hast sent me and hast loved them even as thou 
hast loved me. (John 17:20-23 RSV) 
The prayer of our Lord found in the Gospel of St. John, clearly links the church's unity to 
its mission. Accepting the Lordship of Jesus also means accepting and working with other 
persons and groups particularly those who call him Lord. 

Part of the work of our Louisiana Conference Commission on Christian Unity and Inter- 
religious Concerns is to reach out through various ecumenical agencies to find ways to serve 
our Lord with those Christians other than United Methodist. The ecumenical agencies 
include the World Council of Churches, The National Council of Churches, The Consultation 
on Church Union, and the Louisiana Interchurch Conference. 

Another thrust is to work with people of other religions. In the spring, March 18-20, 1983, 
the Commission plans a dialogue with the Jewish Community in Louisiana. 

During the coming year, the Commission will be reporting to the Conference, through the 

Louisiana Methodist, the work of these groups and will be opening lines of communication 

between the leadership of our Conference and others within the Methodist Family located in 

the Louisiana Area. 

It is the recommendation of the Commission that each local church obtain the 

"Guidelines" for establishing the local church's Commission and become active in the 
search for ways and means search to work with the other churches of its community. 

Howard L. Milo, Secretary 
Lonnie M. Sibley, Chairperson 

Commission On Equitable Salaries 

The churches of the Louisiana Annual Conference, giving support to the Equitable Salary 
Fund, have made it possible to give supplemental salary support to more than twenty 
ministers who are serving full time as pastors. For this we are grateful. 

The Cabinet has continued to show concern for the financial well being of our ministers 
and our Director of Financial Affairs has made the payments on a regular basis. Our thanks 
to them and to the participating pastors for supplying us with the necessary information to 
allow us to make the grants. 

Your Commission on Equitable Salaries understands its ministry to be that of promoting 
a better economic welfare for each full time pastor whose income is inadequate. To do this, 
we consider all other income and offer supplemental aid to bring the total income up to the 
equitable salary level that is set by the Annual Conference. 

For the Conference Year 1982-83, we recommend: 

A. That $14,500 be the maximum level of ministerial support for those who participate in 
the Equitable Salary Fund. 



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B. That full time ministers as defined by paragraph 438.3a (The Book of Discipline, 1980) 
participating in the Equitable Salary Program, be pastors with a work load index of 
at least "75." This index is determined by adding: (1) Church/Charge membership, 
(2) average attendance at principal worship service, and (3) average Sunday School 
attendance for the year 1981 and dividing by 3, (example: Church Membership — 146: 
Average attendance — 59: average Sunday School attendance — 51: thus, 146 + 59 + 
51 = 256. 256 divided by 3 equals 85 (index). 

C. That total pastoral support shall be at least $5,000 for the pastor to share in the 
Equitable Salary Fund. Special consideration will be given in unique cases upon 
recommendation of the Cabinet and concurrence of the Executive Committee of the 
Commission. 

D. That the amount to be provided by the Commission for a pastoral charge will be an 
amount not to exceed 45% of the amount the charge pays for the pastor's salary, 
travel expense and utility allowance. 

E. That annual grants approved by the Commission shall be paid in monthly 
installments on the basis of available funds at the beginning of the conference year. In 
the event of insufficient funds, appropriations shall be made on a pro-rata basis. 

G. That each church or charge, whose pastor receives support from the Equitable Salary 
Fund, is expected to have a financial campaign such as an ''Every Member 
Canvass," "Pony Express," etc., and shall strive to increase the pastor's support by 
at least 5% per year in order to remain eligible to participate in the fund. 

H. That in order for a church or charge to be eligible for Equitable Salary support, the 
church must pay the ministerial items (Episcopal Fund, District Superintendent's 
Fund, Pension Fund, and Equitable Salary Fund) in the amount apportioned by the 
Conference CFA, and also, each church or charge receiving Equitable Salary support 
is expected to strive to pay the apportioned amount for World Service and Conference 
Benevolences. 

I. That out of the Equitable Salary Fund, the Commission pay one-half of the total 
premium on the Conference HMEP insurance for full time pastors receiving less than 
$10,000 annual total income. 

J. That each District Superintendent shall furnish the Chairperson of the Commission on 
Equitable Salaries, by the opening date of Annual Conference, a list of pastors 
receiving less than $14,500 annual income. 

K. That each pastor named by the District Superintendent be supplied with a ques- 
tionnaire at conference, which must be turned in to the Chairperson of the Commis- 
sion before conference adjourns. (This will prevent the delay in the supplement 
checks for the month of June) . 
Ministerial members appointed under the provision of Paragraph 437.2 (The Book of 
Discipline, 1980) will be considered for participation in the Equitable Salary Fund according 
to Paragraph 438.3b. 

Ira M. Robinson, Chairperson 
Terral T. Lowe, Secretary 

Commission On Religion And Race 

Bi-District Workshop In Baton Rouge 

The Baton Rouge-Hammond and the Baton Rouge-Lafayette districts jointly sponsored a 
bi-district workshop on Religion and Race on October 10, 1981 at the Reily Memorial Univer- 
sity Methodist Church in Baton Rouge, Rev. Phil Woodland, Pastor. 

The workshop, which attracted nearly 100 participants, had as its theme "Toward An 
Inclusive Church," and featured Bishop Kenneth Shamblin, our resident bishop, as its 
keynote speaker. The workshop also featured Rev. Kenneth Dear, from the Washington 
office of the Commission on Religion and Race, who addressed the workshop and showed a 
filmstrip entitled "Racism to Pluralism." 

Rev. Dear introduced the working session of the workshop and showed the filmstrip 
entitled "Racism and Pluralism." 



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After the filmstrip, the assembly was subdivided into several discussion groups which 
used Bishop Shamblin's address and Rev. Dear's filmstrip as bases for discussion. These 
several groups identified salient problems in dealing with racism, and produced some 
cogent suggestions for solutions. 
THE LAKE CHARLES DISTRICT CONDUCTS RELIGION AND RACE WORKSHOP 

The Lake Charles District, Dr. Cooke, District Superintendent, conducted a Religion and 
Race Workshop on Saturday, May 16, 1981 at First United Methodist Church, Lake Charles, 
Rev. Benedict Galloway, Pastor. The keynote address was delivered by Dr. Rogers J. 
Newman, Chairman, Conference Commission on Religion and Race. 

Other workshop leaders in the workshop were Mr. John Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Howard 
Carter, Mr. Duhon, Mr. Irving Abraham, Rev. Ted Standley, Rev. Benedict Galloway, and 
Rev. Richard Harry. Dr. Jack Cooke, District Superintendent, brought opening greetings. 
WESTLAKE UMC HOLDS RELIGION AND RACE WORKSHOP 

Westlake United Methodist Church, Rev. Ted Standley, Pastor, held a Religion and Race 
Workshop in Sunday School on August 30, 1981. Rogers Newman, Conference Religion and 
Race Chairperson, served as workshop leader. Using the Personal Inventory Questionnaire 
as a point of departure, discussion groups examined their feelings about other race persons. 
COMMISSION CHAIRPERSON ATTENDS JURISDICTIONAL WORKSHOP 

Dr. Rogers Newman, Conference Religion and Race Chairperson, represented Louisiana 
at the Jurisdictional Workshop held on October 9 and 10, 1981 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
That workshop, which was led by Rev. and Ms. Yolanda Rivas of the Washington Religion 
and Race office, attracted participants from all states within the jurisdiction. The workshop 
set about the task of defining racial inclusiveness, especially as it relates to empowerment 
of minorites within the Church. Attention was also given to the need to monitor racial inclu- 
siveness of boards and agencies within the Church. 
OTHER ACTIVITIES 

1) Camphor Memorial's Religion and Race work area held three programs during the 
year, including a reception hosting international students. 

2) Reily University United Methodist Church, Neely United Methodist Church, and 
Ingleside United Methodist Church and Hughes United Methodist Church sponsored 
joint Vacation Bible Schools in 1981. 

3) The Adult Sunday classes' program of exchange visitation between Camphor and 
Reily University Methodist continues. 

4) Reily University Methodist sponsored an interchurch Thanksgiving Workshop 
service and supper in November, 1981. 

RECOMMENDATIONS 

1) That active Religion and Race Commissions and work areas be established in all 
churches and on all districts, or that Religion and Race programming be made the 
responsibility of a definite work area in churches where the structure does not permit 
a separate work area on Religion and Race. 

2) That reports concerning Religion and Race activities be made a part of the regular 
proceedings of all Charge Conferences, and that this part of the Charge Conference 
reports be forwarded to the Conference Religion and Race chairperson. 

3) That at least one district-wide Religion and Race workshop or conference be held for 
each district; two or more districts may sponsor a joint conference. 

4) That all churches make a special effort to sponsor at least one activity which brings 
people, especially United Methodists, of other races into their fellowships. 

Rogers J. Newman, Chairman 

Status And Role Of Women 

The Commission on the Status and Role of Women (CSRW) was created at both General 
and Annual Conference levels in order to open church structures to the full and equal 
participation of women. This year, as we are well into our second quadrennium in the 
Louisiana Conference, we are continuing to explore and gain new understanding as to what 
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our commitment to be MONITOR — ADVOCATE — CATALYST for the status and role of 
women calling ourselves and the conference into awareness of the injustices that exist and 
seeking after the vision of what our future can be. 
As MONITOR of the intentional inclusion of women in the church CSRW has : 

—continued to encourage the use of inclusive language in Annual Conference worship 
services; 

—monitored last year's Annual Conference plenary sessions and developed a new 
monitoring instrument to be used during this year's Annual Conference; 

—made a survey of the membership of all Conference Boards and Commissions as to 
the 1/3 clergy, 1/3 laymen, 1/3 laywomen makeup directed by the General Con- 
ference, and encouraged the Chairpersons of the Boards and Commissions and the 
Conference Nominating Committee to work toward this goal for all Boards and 
Commissions. 
As ADVOCATE for the full participation of women in the church CSRW has : 

—continued to encourage the formation of CSRWs on a district and local church level; 

—continued its support to clergy women, seminary women and women diaconal 
ministers including a grant for a clergywomen's retreat (held in March 1982), an 
Annual Conference luncheon for women in ministry, and regular contact with 
seminary women; 

—collected information for developing a survey for lay employees in local churches 
which will help in assessing the status of women lay employees as compared to men 
lay employees with regard to salary, hours, benefits, etc. 

—continued work on compiling a history of women in Louisiana Methodism ; 

—begun developing plans for a conference-wide workshop "Help for Helpers." 
As CATALYST for opportunities for women to minister CSRW has : 

—provided Annual Conference Child Care services for clergy and lay families : 

—requested from all pastors of the Annual Conference, names and addresses of women 
with leadership abilities to serve in the Annual Conference, as the beginning of a 
Talent Bank. This resource is to be made available through the District Offices ; 

—worked with local church CSRWs in planning their programs; 

—provided resources for "A Day of Appreciation" held in the fall of 1981. 

* * * 

We thank the pastors for their support and cooperation and the laity for their enthusiastic 
and receptive spirit for this day. 

Included in the resource packet for this Day of Appreciation was an evaluation form to be 
returned to CSRW. Of those evaluations received, the response was very positive. Words 
used to describe the reception by congregations were enthusiastic, appreciative, moved. 
Many said they wanted to do this again. 
THEREFORE, 
—in light of this positive response by churches in the conference; 
—in order to afford women an intentional day to be visible in the leadership of worship; 

and 
—to broaden the awareness of our congregations to the presence of women in the 
leadership of our church now, and of the hope for the future. 
We, of the Commission on the Status and Role of Women, recommend that September 26, 
1982 and/or October 10, 1982, Laity Day, be observed as "Woman in the Pulpit Sunday." On 
this/these days we would encourage each local church to celebrate the leadership of women 
in the church by having a woman or women give the sermon. 

If we so resolve, a packet of resources for such a Sunday celebration will be sent to every 
local church by the Commission, including ideas for worship, suggestions for hymns, and 
theological and historical perspectives. 

During the years that the Commission on the Status and Role of Women (CSRW) has been 
active in the Louisiana Annual Conference, there have been times when it would have been 
helpful to CSRW to have had a CSRW contact person on the local church level. In fact, there 
are churches who are interested in becoming involved in CSRW's work on a local level. In 



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addition, one of the tasks of the Annual Conference CSRW is to "be informed about the 
status and role of all women in the total life of the conference . . . including the local church" 
( 1980 Discipline, paragraph 730) . 

Therefore, we of the Commission on the Status and Role of Women of the Louisiana 
Annual Conference recommend that each local church designate a person to be their 
contact person for CSRW in their local church, whose name and address will be on file in the 
Conference Office and District Offices, to be effective beginning with the year 1983. 

In conclusion, CSRW will continue in its commitment to become the "eyeglasses" through 
which we can see a new vision of what the church can be. 

Marie T. Williams, Betty Rowell 
Co-chairpersons 

The Ethnic Minority Local Church Task Force 

I am pleased to report on behalf of the Ethnic Minority Local Church Task Force that the 
Missional Priority emphasis moved along very well during the 1981 calendar year. The total 
apportionment for the Conference was $72,500.00, and we raised $65,480.33. Thirty percent of 
this money ($19,644.10), was retained for use in ethnic minority church related projects in 
the conference. 

The remainder of the funds, seventy percent, $45,836.23, was sent to the General Church 
Commission on Finance and Administration for distribution to the four General Boards: 
Board of Discipleship (21%), Global Ministries (48%), Church and Society (10%), and 
Higher Education and Ministry (21%). The General Boards will issue the funds to assist in 
the various church-related programs and projects throughout the denomination including 
the Louisiana Annual Conference. We have applied for funds from three of the Boards to 
assist us in projects, and from the Commission on Religion and Race as well, and we are 
getting excellent results. For example, the New Orleans Bi-District Church School 
Enrichment Program (d. in the report) has been funded $10,400.00 by the Division of 
Diaconal Ministries of the Board of Higher Education and Ministry. 

While we fell short $7,019.00 in raising our conference apportionment there was an 
anonymous contributor who gave a special gift in the amount of $15,000.00, to the conference 
EMLC Task Force giving us enough to fund eleven different programs. We express our 
gratitude to the contributor for the generous gift. 

Herewith is an accounting of the funds received through the devoted efforts and 
dedication of the Pastors and Laypeople, and the generous concern of the anonymous 
contributor. 

Report 

I. Total Conference Apportionment for 1981 $72,500.00 

Total amount Received 65,480.33 

Total Difference $ 7,019.67 

II. For Distribution to General Church Boards 45,836.23 

For our Conference EMLC Committee's use 19,644.10 

GrandTotal $65,480.33 

III. For conference use in Projects 

(Plus a donation making a total of) $19,805.00 

An anonymous gift 15,000.00 

Grand total for Conference EMLC use $34,805.00 

IV. Projects funded by Conference EMLC Task Force 

a. Spanish Ministry, N.O $ 2,000.00 

b. Metropolitan Ministries, Shreveport 3,000.00 

c. Conference EMLC Leadership Event 3,000.00 

d. N.O. Bi-District Church School 

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e. Conference EMLC Church Careers Event 3,000.00 

f. Thomas U.M. Church, Kenner 8,000.00 

g. Saint James U.M. Church, Convent 6,000.00 

h. Native American Community Center, Dulac 3,000.00 

i. Mount Zion U.M. Church, N.0 2,227.17 

j. Scholarships (Seminary students) 1,200.00 

k. National Youth Ministries Forum 350.00 

1. Consultation on Leadership Event 27.83 

Grand Total Disbursed $34,805.00 

Dr. Samuel W. Walker, Sr. 
Director of Special Ministries 

Committee On Resolutions 

Resolution No. I 

Projects that produce or result in individual gain shall be offered at the sessions of the 
Annual Conference only if related to and offered through an official agency of the 
Conference. 

Submitted by the Louisiana Conference Cabinet, 
Dr. Harvey Williamson, Dean 

Resolution No. II 

Resolved that: The Louisiana Conference of the United Methodist Church support the 
teaching of scientific creation in the schools of Louisiana with implementation at the 
earliest possible date. 

Respectfully submitted by Rev. Daniel M. Grove, Jr. on behalf of himself and the 
congregation of the Mooringsport United Methodist Church. 

Resolution No. Ill 

We, as members of the Louisiana Conference of the United Methodist Church, support the 
directions indicated in President Reagan's May 3rd speech at Eureka College, wherein he 
proposed a reduction of long range missile warheads by 1/3 or more. 

Further, a maximum of 50% could be based on land. The rest would be deployed on 
submarines. 
We believe this would be a major step in reducing the threat of nuclear war. 

Rev. Mark Meir 
Abbeville UMC 

Resolution No. IV 

The following is the exact text of a resolution presented to the Administrative Board of the 
Lasseigne Memorial United Methodist Church, meeting in regular session at 612 Main 
Street, La Place, La., on January 28, 1982. 

The resolution was adopted by unanimous vote of the members present and voting and 
grew out of detailed study of news releases from both church and secular press and in 
response to the spread of International Terrorism such as represented in the recent capture 
of an officer of the United States government in Italy and other such incidents. 

"This Board is concerned about some of the activities of the National Council of 
Churches and the World Council of Churches. 

Whereas we recognize that much of the work done by these organizations is 
vital and benevolent, we do not agree with their involvement with movements 
which are politically stimulated. The stand taken by the NCC or WCC does not 
and cannot represent the political ideologies of all United Methodist 
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We believe that there are enough worthy activities and charitable causes — 
many that receive no attention — to absorb all our contributions without 
entering areas of political controversiality. 

Our most recent concern is in reference to the grants by the WCC to certain 
South African organizations such as SWAPO, under the Program to Combat 
Racism. We understand that the grants were marked for legal and admin- 
istrative use, but we are not so naive as to believe that this did not 'free- 
up' other funds of those organizations to buy weapons which they need for their 
guerilla activities. 

We are not condemning these groups in their search for freedom or 
independence. However, we do disapprove of the NCC/WCC endeavors which 
involve primarily political ideology. Nor do we believe in supporting any group 
whose policy is to engage in active warfare. 

In keeping with the idea that those who contribute should agree with the use of 
their funds, we would like to see published by the United Methodist Church, a 
list of the specific organizations to which support is given. The list should 
include all organizations which are partially or fully supported by the NCC and 
WCC. In the words of Philip Potter, 'The fundamental right of the people to 
know.' We must be well informed to make conscionable decisions of 
stewardship. Each contributor should be granted the opportunity of seeing the 
complete spectrum of NCC and WCC activities so that he or she may decide 
whether to support these organizations." 

Committee On Courtesies 

It simply is not possible to personally thank all of those who have directly worked to make 
this session of the Annual Conference a success. But there are some who must be singled out 
for their help and hard work. First, we express special appreciation to our host district 
superintendent, Harvey Williamson, who served so ably as chairman of Conference 
arrangements. Also, we thank D. L. Dykes, Jr., and the staff and laity of First Church, for 
their usual generosity extended to the Conference. And we thank Don Webb and Don 
McDowell of Centenary College, who, with their tireless staff, provided for our every need 
and comfort. We appreciate the daily help and assistance of Sonny Rainey, Dick Anders, 
Vicki Adams, Dottie Deaton, Bill Teague, Peter Sorant, and Claiborne Sharp. We also thank 
Mr. Clyde Gorum for the plants that have graced this arena, and Walker & Rodie for the use 
of the organ. 

This Conference has been special in many ways, and our lives have been enriched, our 
spirits lifted, and our minds challenged by the preaching of George Calvin, and that of our 
special guest, Bishop Ben Oliphint, who really was just coming home. We thank him for his 
compelling witness to our Lord Jesus Christ and pray God's blessing upon his growing 
leadership in the church. And all of us love and respect Tom Matheny who has touched so 
many people for Christ and labored so devotedly and lovingly for his Church. We will still 
look for Tom for leadership, guidance, and the vision of faith. 

Finally, we thank Bishop Shamblin for his personal leadership as our Chief Pastor. We 
appreciate his courtesy and patience with us all. We depend upon his leadership, his energy, 
his spiritual and moral vision — and his ability to bring us back again and again to our 
essential purposes as the Body of Christ. 

Many challenges, demands, and problems are working upon and within the Church today. 
But thanks be to God, for Jesus Christ is alive in us. He is the Living Lord by whose Crossjoy 
has come into the world. May our lives as Methodists be a journey of grace, responding to 
Christ, seeking to be faithful to his will to bring all into communion with Himself. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Grayson B. Watson, Chairman 



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Committee On Episcopacy 

On behalf of the Annual Conference, we express appreciation to Bishop J. Kenneth 
Shamblin for his leadership as the resident bishop for the Louisiana Area. 

During 1981-1982 Annual Conference year, Bishop Shamblin, in addition to his general 
responsibilities for spiritual leadership and administrative oversight, has given specific 
leadership to several important matters in the life of our Conference and United Methodist 
people in Louisiana. 

He has given great concern to the pastoral ministry of our Conference family. His 
response as a pastor to the needs of ministers and their families when there has been a 
death, illness or other concern has continually blessed the lives of many people. 

This year Bishop Shamblin 's support of church extension has enabled the founding of a 
new church in the Baton Rouge District and his traveling throughout the Conference on 
behalf of the promotion of funding for the establishing of new churches will continue to reap 
results for many years in the future. 

He has given leadership to a new innovative approach to the use of television in an Annual 
Conference. This project is an experiment that has captured the attention of the church 
across the nation. 

The completion of the Louisiana Area Headquarters Building in Baton Rouge is another 
project that has received the special attention of Bishop Shamblin this year. This building 
will provide for decades to come a place of beauty for the area offices of the United Method- 
ist people of Louisiana and a place where our conference work can be effectively 
administered. 

For his gracious service as our chief pastor and his effective leadership of the temperal 
and spiritual affairs of our church in Louisiana, we are thankful to Bishop Shamblin. We are 
also grateful that Mrs. Shamblin is able to travel frequently throughout the state with 
Bishop Shamblin. Her presence at many church events and her friendship are an additional 
blessing. 

J. Woodrow Hearn, Chairman 

Lameco Federal Credit Union 

MEMBERSHIP AND SERVICES 

The Lameco Federal Credit Union has the convenience of banking by mail or by payroll 
deduction 

LAMECO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION — 6312 Sandbeach Blvd., Shreveport, LA 71105 

A CREDIT UNION is a cooperative non-profit organization designed to promote thrift and 
the wise use of money Membership is formed around a common bond of employment or 
other interest. The members are the owners of all assets. They help each other by depositing 
their savings into a common fund from which loans are made to members at a nominal rate 
of interest. All members enjoy the same privileges and benefits which include: sound 
savings plans, low cost loans, periodic dividends, insurance on both savings and loans, and 
financial information. 

The LAMECO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION serves all members of the Louisiana Annual 
Conference, paid staff members of local United Methodist Churches, and employees of 
Centenary College of Louisiana. Membership is also open to spouses and immediate family 
of members. Currently LAMECO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION has assets of $150,000 with a 
membership of approximately 390. 

To join the LAMECO FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, one must simply fill out a membership 
card and deposit $5.00 plus 25 cent membership fee. Cards may be obtained at the above 
address or at the Centenary College Payroll office. That will entitle you to the following 
benefits : 

SAVINGS INSURANCE LOANS 

SAVINGS: 

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semi-annually. Certificates of Deposit may be purchased in the following denominations: 
(1) $500 certificates for one year at 6V2% and (2) $1,000 certificates for four years at 7V2%. 
There is a penalty for early withdrawal of Certificates of Deposit. All accounts are insured 
by the federal government up to $40,000. 
INSURANCE: 

One of the important insurance extras provided by LAMECO is the LIFE SAVINGS 
INSURANCE. Members may earn life insurance based on their savings deposits to a 
maximum of $2,000. Savings deposited before age 55 are matched with life insurance, dollar 
to dollar to the $2,000 maximum. After age 55, insurance is determined on an age-scale 
basis. 

Loan protection insurance is also carried at no cost to the members. In case of the death of 
the member, the loan is automatically paid. 
LOANS: 

New car loans are being made up to $6,000 with 42 months to repay at an interest rate of 
12%. Used car loans may be made up to $4,000 with 36 months to repay at 15%. Signature 
loans are available up to $1,500 at 15% with 24 months to repay. One may borrow against 
one's share deposits at a rate of 9% . 

To obtain a loan one must have been a member of the credit union for 30 days. 
SAVINGS — Regular Share Accounts 
PAYROLL DEDUCTION PLAN 

To promote systematic "thrift" savings, churches are encouraged to offer payroll 
deduction opportunities to their paid staff members when they join LAMECO. 

A designated amount is withheld from individual payroll checks by the church and sent on 
to LAMECO reflecting balances and dividends. 

PAYROLL DEDUCTION FORMS and pre-addressed envelopes are available to those 
churches participating in the payroll deduction method. 
PASSBOOK SAVINGS: 

Passbook savings accounts (regular share accounts) are offered to members not 
participating in a payroll deduction plan. Deposits are sent to LAMECO through the mail 
along with the passbook. After being posted, passbooks are returned to members. 
+ + + ++Item of interest: Interest (dividends) on regular share accounts is HIGHER than 
on passbook savings at banks, etc. 

Interest on long term savings is LESS than at banks. 
LOANS: Main emphasis of LAMECO is to provide loans at a nominal rate of interest to 
members (not provide high rates on savings accounts) . 

Interest rates on loans are lower (and more reasonable) than those offered anywhere else 
(including most other credit unions). Interest is figured on unpaid balance with no penalty 
for early payment. 

+ + + + +Item of interest: Loan protection insurance is carried at NO ADDITIONAL COST 
to the members 

In case of the death of the member, the loan is automatically paid in full. 

Dr. Dan Tohline, President 
Ms. Mamie Huffman, Office Manager 

Louisiana Interchurch Conference 

The year 1981 has been one of the best and most significant years in the history of the 
Louisiana Interchurch Conference. We have had vital discussion and consideration of what 
it means to be united in Christ. Bishop Arthur Vogel of the Episcopal Church and Father 
George Tavard of the Catholic Church have reminded us in Louisiana of the need to go 
beyond polite and occasional meetings and to move toward greater unity in the church, The 
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is being observed increasingly throughout the state of 
Louisiana. January 18-25 is the time for churches in villages, parish seats, suburban areas, 
and innercities to come together for common prayer and worship. In many of our Louisiana 
towns and cities ministerial associations are not serving as effectively as they have in the 
past. There is a growing recognition that a federation of churches such as exists in New 



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Orleans is needed in cities like Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Monroe, Alexandria, Lake 
Charles, Lafayette, and so forth. Dr. Grover Hartman of Indianapolis, Indiana, spent a 
week in Louisiana this past year giving guidance to pastors and laymen in various cities 
concerning the organizing of a federation of churches. 

In 1981 the Louisiana Interchurch Conference helped and encouraged churches to work 
together to deal with serious social and economic problems that confront us as a state and a 
nation. Dr. Jerry Lewis of the Timberlawn Psychiatric Research Foundation in Dallas was 
brought to Louisiana on two occasions to conduct seminars on strengthening the family and 
to assist pastors in counseling troubled individuals and disturbed families. The Louisiana 
Interchurch Conference has received a grant to strengthen the non-profit homes for the 
elderly in our state. The Interfaith Committee on Institutional Chaplains has made 
significant progress in the re-classifying of chaplains under Civil Service in our state 
institutions, in providing continuing education programs for chaplains, and in improving 
services to the people in our Louisiana institutions. The Task Force on Peace Education 
planned a Peace Workshop to which Dr. William Sloane Coffin was invited to speak. Even 
though the Conference had to be called off because of the harsh weather that came to 
Louisiana on January 12 and 13, the witness for peace was made. Persons representing the 
Louisiana Interchurch Conference appeared before numerous committees of the Louisiana 
Legislature. The Task Force on Criminal Justice has encouraged the new Secretary of the 
Department of Corrections to be concerned with the rehabilitation and human factors 
involved in the administration of his Department. This task force also published a pamphlet 
encouraging local churches to involve themselves in the administration of juvenile justice. 
In addition, on recommendation of this Task Force, the Interchurch Conference sought and 
received a grant of $11,000 to fund a joint project of the Tulane School of Law and Social 
Work, the juvenile court system in Jefferson Parish, and the Louisiana Interchurch 
Conference for the purpose of studying the administration of juvenile justice in our courts. 

The year 1981 will be recognized in the history of the Louisiana Interchurch Conference as 
the year construction started for the chapel at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. 
The Conference and the Louisiana Baptists Convention have provided over $350,000 and the 
state $120,000 for the building of the chapel. The contract was signed in 1981 and the chapel 
dedicated May 7, 1982. The building of this chapel has provided a witness that the churches 
care about those who have offended society, that we have done something about it, and that 
we believe that through the grace of God lives can be changed and those who have offended 
society can become responsible citizens. 

We are confident that God is calling us in our various churches to unity and mission. We 
believe that the Louisiana Interchurch Conference offers us a well-structured vehicle to 
accomplish this purpose. We are grateful to all in our state who continue to support the 
Conference with their prayers, their service, and their gifts. 

Rev. James L. Stovall 

Minister's Emergency Aid Fund 

During the past year the Minister's Emergency Aid Fund, which is administered by the 
cabinet, has made it possible for nineteen ministers, or their families, to receive financial 
aid in times when extra help was much needed. 
The financial report is as follows : 

Balance in Fund January 1, 1981 $31,989.95 

Received from ministers during the year 14,119.39 

Paid out in grants 15,535.30 

Balance in Fund December 31, 1981 30,574.04 

We recommend that the following rules continue in effect: 

1. That each effective minister of the Louisiana Annual Conference be asked to give an 
amount equal to one-half of one percent of the minister's base salary for 1982, to be 
paid to the Minister's Emergency Aid Fund. 

2. That this fund be used to provide emergency benefit aid to the ministers of the 
Louisiana Conference who may be in special need; and that this emergency aid be 



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given, subject to the following limitations : 

A) The maximum amount allowed for a single emergency will be $2,000. 

B) The amount for a continuing emergency may be determined by the cabinet. 

3. That each pastor and local church be requested to cooperate in providing an adequate 
hospitalization insurance program for family protection. 

Robert Peyton, Cabinet Secretary 

The United Methodist Foundation Of Louisiana 

The Charter of The United Methodist Foundation of Louisiana states that its purposes 



are: 



"To receive gifts, legacies, and bequests and to administer the same for the benefit of 
The Annual Conference agencies, institutions, local churches, and causes of The United 
Methodist Church of Louisiana to be good stewards of their present and future 
resources." 



The United Methodist Foundation of Louisiana office and promotion of The Foundation is 
funded by the Louisiana Annual Conference. 

The Foundation offers prudent handling of all funds and property placed in its care. It 
offers the opportunity of creating a living memorial. You can set up a trust in the name of 
some loved one or a friend and perpetuate their name for all time. 

The Foundation offers service (other than legal), in preparing wills wherever any United 
Methodist cause is included. Every person should make a will. Your testament is the final 
act of a Christian's stewardship on earth. It should be a monument of faith and devotion to 
the everlasting triumph of Christ. 

The Foundation is a service institution to the local churches, institutions, and causes of 
Louisiana Methodism. This past year it has helped local churches in the investment of 
funds, as well as received funds for special causes such as Church Extension. 

Elected to serve as officers of the Foundation Board of Trustees for 1982 were: 

Mr. Shelby L. Smith, Chairman 

Mr. Haynes L. Harkey, Vice-Chairman 

Mr. JohnE. Coleman, Secretary 

Mr. Thomas A. Harrell, Finance Officer 

At the end of 1981, the market value of all Foundation funds, handled by the Trust 
Department of one of Louisiana's largest banks, was $868,443.62. A total of $760,524.01 was in 
sixteen (16) dedicated funds, and $107,919.61 was in the Permanent Fund. The trustees voted 
at the annual meeting in January to grant $8,000.00 to begin the Church Extension Century 
III program and $4,850.07 was to go to Ethnic Minority causes within Louisiana. The annual 
earnings for all funds to be distributed are now just over $100,000.00 a year. 

The Louisiana Methodist Foundation month is September of each year. Each local church 
is asked to give emphasis to the Foundation sometimes during this month. 

If the Foundation can be of service to you as an individual, to your church, or your 
institution please contact the Foundation office: P.O. Drawer 3057, Baton Rouge, LA 70821. 
The Foundation office is located in the new Area Offices Building in Baton Rouge at North 
Blvd. and Sixth Street. 

J.J. Caraway 
Executive Director 

United Methodist Men 

262.6 (The Book of Discipline) "Each church or charge shall be encouraged to have a 
Fellowship of United Methodist Men chartered through the Board of Discipleship to 
provide another channel for involving men in the total ministry of the church. 



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United Methodist Men shall be a creative, supportive fellowship of men who seek to 
know Jesus Christ, to grow spiritually, and to seek daily His will." 

Men want to be more in the Kingdom of God than greeters at the door, helpers of the 
preacher, keepers of the property, payers of the bills, receivers of the offering, and 
hearers of the Word. We want to know Jesus Christ as our personal savior and be 
doers of the Word. 

A new charter and by laws for the United Methodist Men of the Louisiana Annual 
Conference has been approved by the Conference Council on Ministries and the 
Conference Rules Committee. They will be presented to the men of the conference in 
business session on Saturday, June 26th, at the eighth Annual Methodist Men's 
Retreat at Louisiana College, Pineville, Louisiana, for perfection and adoption. This 
action will make the United Methodist Men's organization autonomous with direct 
relationships through having members on the Board of Laity, Board of Discipleship 
and Council on Ministries. 

In the conference year ahead, the United Methodist Men shall be cognizant of the 
commandments of our king Jesus Christ as recorded in Matthew 25: 31-46, to feed the 
hungry, clothe the naked, be hospitable to the needy, visit the sick and those in jail, 
and do it all in Jesus' name, as our reasonable means of service. 

"Rise up, men of God! Have done with lesser things; give heart and mind and soul 
and strength to serve the King of Kings." 

S. Jack Dew 
Conference President 
United Methodist Women 
In nine districts of Louisiana Conference United Methodist Women there are 345 units 
whose 13,606 members are in mission to fulfill the purpose : 
To know God through — 

WORSHIP and STUDY locally by participation in programs from Portraits of the Global 

Family; approved study texts: "Singing the Lord's Song: A Study of Isaiah"; "Europe: 

Dimensions of Christian Mission' ' ; "Partners in Pluralism." 

RETREATS in each of the nine districts. 

DEPENDING SPIRITUAL LIFE in personal Christian disciplines and in prayer groups. 

IMPLEMENTING a Conference goal by setting aside time to expand awareness of our 

Biblical Mandate for Mission through bible study. Ola Fisher led the exective committee 

in this study. 
To develop a creative, supportive fellowship when — 

JANET HOFFPAUIR, Mary Adele Compton, Ola Fisher, and Anne Hearn attended a 

World Development Workshop in San Antonio, Texas. 

DISTRICT ELECTED LEADERS TRAINING attracted 106 conference and district 

officers to get Back To Basics. 

NELL READ attended Annual Meeting of the Women's Division in Minneapolis. 

IRENE SANDEL attended training for Chairpersons of Committee on nominations in 

Cincinnati. 

EVELYN EVANS and NELL READ attended New Officer Training in New York. 

NELL READ attended President's Consultation in Fort Worth. 

EACH DISTRICT held training for local elected leaders. 

FOUR NEW UNITS were organized. 

MEMBERSHIP increased in 80 units. 

MARCH 14 was proclaimed as UMW Sunday and women were visible in church services 

all over the conference. 
To expand concepts of mission through — 

SCHOOL of CHRISTIAN MISSIONS at Centenary College in July where 104 units were 

represented in the attendance of 313 persons; 10 of whom came on Estelle Dameron 

Scholarships. 

ANNUAL MEETING where more than 600 persons were challenged by the theme Called 



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to Be; Chosen to Serve. 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INTERPRETATION WORKSHOP where 50 
persons were led by a team from the Women's Division in Bible Study and exploring 
social issues. 

GIVING — a total of $257,041.90. All districts overpaid their pledge to missions. In 
addition women responded generously to two crisis appeals from St. Mark's Community 
Center and MacDonell United Methodist Children's Services. 

United Methodist Women is a community of women who care about each other, the world, 
and God. We eagerly look toward the future implementation of our purpose guided by our 
conference goals. 

Nell Read 
Conference President 

South Central Jurisdiction 
United Methodist Church 

Leadership training opportunities for age-level workers, as well as in other areas of the 
church, continues to be one of the major functions of the Jurisdictional Council on 
Ministries. The calendar year of 1981 began with a job training event for lay leaders and 
United Methodist Men. Each of these groups is making plans for similar events in 1983. 

Some of the most exciting events sponsored by the Jurisdictional Council on Ministries 
were four conferences for retirees held at Mt. Sequoyah, Fayetteville, Arkansas. The first of 
these was "Dogwood Time," planned at a time when dogwood blooms color the 
mountainsides of that area. The three other events: "The Best Is Yet To Be," "Autumn 
Time," and "Mountain Top Retreat." A total of approximately 850 were involved in these 
experiences that are attracting more retirees every year. 

Communications and T.V. ministries is an emphasis given by the Council, with training 
events in several areas, the use of the computer in the local church, video cassette 
production, the Protestant Hour, etc. It has been during this year that the South Central 
Jurisdictional Video Cassette Exchange program was initiated. This has linked a number of 
annual conference resource centers and local church communications centers in a network, 
exchanging video cassettes that each has produced. 

The summer months have attracted a large number of people to Mt. Sequoyah, attending 
Bishops' Week, the Ecumenical Missions Conference, and other events. Approximately 
fifty -four percent of the events held at Mt. Sequoyah during the year 1981 were sponsored by 
the South Central Jurisdiction. 

A very active and vital youth program of the Jurisdiction brings together young people 
from across the eight state area, providing opportunities for fellowship, study, and 
Christian growth. The young people met this year at Southwestern University, Georgetown, 
Texas. 

A special event: "Ministry Planning and Review," was held for four cabinets during the 
year. The extended cabinets had opportunities, under the leadership of Dr. Paul Dietterich, 
Center for Parish Development, to look at their jobs, examine their own leadership styles, 
set goals, and make plans for the year. 

Visions '81 — Biennial Convocation, Fellowship of United Methodists in Music, Worship 
and Other Arts, was participated in by a number of persons from the South Central 
Jurisdiction. 

One of the basic leadership training events of the Jurisdiction is the laboratory school held 
at Mt. Sequoyah, Fayetteville, and a second one at Sacramento, New Mexico, each summer. 
Approximately four hundred people were participants in these two events. 

The Jurisdictional Council on Ministries worked with the General Board of Glolbal 
Ministries in a training event for annual conference leaders in the area of missions: 
"Christian Education Out-Of -Doors." 

Rev. Byrl Moreland and Mr. Jack Paris serve as members of the Jurisdictional Council 
on Ministries from the Louisiana Annual Conference. We are grateful to these people for 
their leadership, and the support of the Annual Conference to the Jurisdiction. 

S. Duane Bruce, Executive Director 



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EMOmitt 



The Honored Dead 

Ministers 

Frank C.Collins 

George W. Harkins 

Charles H. Hayes 

Samuel S . Holladay 

Edward A. Kennedy, Jr. 

Edgar D.Smith 

Douglas T. Williams, Sr. 

Lasan A. Williams 

Willie H. Willis 

John F.Wilson 

Spouses Of Ministers 

Mrs. Frank (Evelyn) Aldridge 

Mrs. Nathan (Lola) Avant 

Mrs. Luther (Elah) Bodie 

Robert D. Brannon, Jr. 

Mrs. Robert (Lou Ellen) Brown 

Mrs. George (Ruth) Carter 

Mrs. Robert (Martinez) Harrington 

Mrs. John (Lee) Rasmussen 

Mrs. Joe (Billie) Robinson 

Mrs. Obie (Iola) Southall 



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VII. Memoirs 

FRANK C. COLLINS 

"Dad, what have you been doing this week? " 

"Oh, visiting the old folks, trying to cheer them up and share God's love with them." 

My question invariably evoked the same answer from my late father, who at 91 was still 
serving our Lord with the same zeal that God had levied on him in 1911 when, as a high 
school graduate, he was first called to preach. 

He was so licensed in 1915, with ordination as deacon and elder in the Methodist Church in 
1919 and 1925, respectively. 

Born in Eden Mills, Ontario, Canada on November 19, 1890, his father, Thomas Collins, 
emigrated to the United States, settling initially in Texas and finally moving to Louisiana 
with his family. 

Dad was educated in Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia, receiving a B.S. from Meridian 
College in 1915 and a BD from Emory University in 1922. He taught in Mission Schools in El 
Paso, Texas (Lydia Patterson Institute) and Chandler College in Havana, Cuba. In 1933, the 
depression forced his return from the Mission work in Cuba, and he held pastorates in the 
Louisiana Conference until a heart attack forced his retirement in 1958. 

He was married to the former Lucile Ellen Reynolds in 1924, while serving with his wife's 
father, Rev. Lawrence Reynolds, a pioneer in Methodism's Mission Work to the Spanish 
along the Texas border. Rev. Reynolds was director of Lydia Patterson Institute at that 
time. 

God blessed Dad and Mother with a daughter, Alice Marie, and a son, Frank Charles, Jr. 

Upon his return from the Mission Field, Dad held many pastorates in Louisiana; among 
them were Ringgold, Leesville, Oakdale, Gilbert, Greenwood, Elton, New Orleans, Plain 
Dealing, Zwolle, and Covington. 

Very active and involved in the work with youth, Dad was secretary of the Louisiana 
Moral and Civic Foundation and was instrumental in originating an essay contest for young 
people, in which they described the evils of use of alcoholic beverages. 

He was quite active in Mangum Memorial Methodist Church, his last permanent home 
church in Shreveport. There he assisted the pastors in visiting the elderly and shut-ins 
serving communion and occasionally supplying the pulpit. 

Failing health suggested his entry into Heritage Manor, a convalescent home in 
Hammond in August of 1980. He joined his wife, who had predeceased him in 1972, and his 
Lord, after a short illness on January 14, 1982. 

He is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Alice Marie Phillips in Covington, Louisiana, RADM 
Frank C. Collins, Jr. of Alexandria, Virginia, twelve grandchildren, and twelve great 
grandchildren. 

For seventy years Dad was God's man. He is now at rest with his Lord, but the positive 
impact for God will live on in countless generations. 

Rear Admiral F. C. Collins, Jr., USN 

GEORGE W. HARKINS 

I was asked to say these words at the funeral of George Harkins by George and his family. 
George was my pastor at First United Methodist Church in Hammond. He died on October 
23, 1981. George and I talked about this day, several times. At times he needed peace from 
the feeling that he was a burden to his family, his friends, and his church — but he wasn't, 
you know. And those things all of us shared with George will lighten our burdens in the days 
ahead. For he gave us a chance to minister — and he taught us — if we allowed ourselves to 
be taught. 

We have traveled a journey with George, to one degree or another, traveled a journey 
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even though we have traveled with him, and tried to minister to him as he has ministered to 
us — we have not really understood his suffering, that of his family, or even ours. No one 
knows what George went through — but George. No one knows what his family, his friends 
went through — but the person who had the experience. 

But George understood some of our problems. Why some could visit, and some could not. 
Some could minister; some could not. Some wanted to help; and others could not find a way. 
So George — to the last — gave us something — the love of a man trying to understand us. 
For this he understood and forgave. Robert Frost said: 

"... the nearest friends can go with anyone to death, comes so far short they 
might as well not try to go at all. He, from the time when one is sick to death, 
one is alone, and he dies more alone. Friends make a pretense of following to 
the grave, but before one is in it, their minds are turned and making the best of 
their way back to life and living people, and things they understand. " 

"HeweBuriel" 
But he gave us some lessons too. I never visited that he wasn't concerned about someone 
else. On my next to last visit I told him that I would be in California for a week. He said, "If I 
die before you get back we'll wait for the funeral." A concern about me and my need to be 
there on burial day. No one visited without being welcomed as a friend. A local policeman, 
who didn't know George, told of visiting him, because of what he had done for policemen in 
town, and of the moving visit and dialogue he had. No one needed help that he didn't try to 
help. He treasured friends, and seemed to love everyone, whether they loved him or not. He 
talked about the treasured importance of friends. He marvelled at the kindness of many. 
Friends meant much; he enjoyed the fun, fellowship, but most especially the loyalties 
engendered by good friends with whom he could relax and for whom he could care. 

So, he was battling to understand to the last ; and he was teaching us to the last, that a part 
of what it means to be in a congregation is: to be friends one with the other; to love one 
another ; to help one another; to forgive one another. And he constantly asked for prayer. He 
wanted us to pray for him and each other. All of us have prayed a lot these two years. And 
how meaningful that experience has become. On one of my last visits, George said, "I know 
that you pray for me daily; I feel it. But today I need to hear it." So we held hands and I 
stumbled through a few words. And we left. Whether we admit it or not, we cried together. 
We became closer — to each other — and to God. George left us these few things — and 
more. But the lesson that we must try to understand each other; love each other; pray for 
each other are important things to learn. 

George recited some scriptures one day. It had more meaning from the lips of a dying 
man. 

John 14: 1-7 

"Let not your heart be troubled; ye believe in God, believe also in me. 

In my Father's house are many mansions ; if it were not so, I would have told 
you. I go to prepare a place for you. 

And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto 
myself; that where I am, there ye may be also. 

And whither I go ye know, and the way ye know. 

Thomas saith unto him, Lord, we know not whither thou goest; and how can we 
know the way? 

Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life; no man cometh unto 
the Father, but by me. 

If ye had known me, you should have known my Father also: and from 
henceforth ye know him, and have seen him." 

John 14: 15-17 

"If ye love me, keep my commandments. 

And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he 
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John 14:27 

"Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give 

I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid." 

Revelation 22 : 1-5 

"And he shewed me a pure water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of the 

throne of God and of the Lamb. 

In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree 
of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month: 
and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations. 

And there shall be no more curse: but the throne of God and of the Lamb shall 
be in it ; and his servants shall serve him : 

And they shall see his face ; and his name shall be in their foreheads. 

And there shall be no night there; and they need no candle, neither light of the 
sun; for the Lord God giveth them light: and they shall reign for ever and 
ever." 

A service of worship celebrating the life and triumphant victory of George W. Harkins 
was held on October 25, 1981 at First United Methodist Church in Hammond. The celebration 
was conducted by his Bishop, J. Kenneth Shamblin; his District Superintendent, Kirby A. 
Vining; his Pastor, Angus L. Carruth; a fellow minister, Lael S. Jones; and the Conference 
Lay Leader, Dr. Tom H. Matheny. 

Tom H. Matheny 

CHARLES HENRY HAYES 

Charles Henry Hayes, son of Peter and Luizianne Hayes, was born May 25, 1902. As he 
grew into teenhood he developed an urge to eventually become a minister. Later he became 
a local preacher in his home church. He followed this desire and in 1930 at the Annual 
Conference in Natchitoches, presided over by Bishop Keeny, he was ordained a Deacon. In 
1933 after completing courses of study, at the Annual Conference, at Morgan City, presided 
by Bishop R. E. Jones he was ordained an Elder. 

He married Luella Williams and to this union there were seven children, four of whom are 
still living (Mrs. Leatha Ann Green, Mrs. Ona Mae Smith, Jessie J. Hayes, and Haldin 
Hayes) along with twenty-four grandchildren and eighteen great-grandchildren. 

Charles served well at all of his churches and was able to build new churches and 
parsonages at Bonita and Shaw along with his other accomplishments. On May 31, 1974 he 
retired with 43.5 years of service. 

On June 1, 1981 he was called by God from labor to rest. His funeral service was conducted 
at LaHarpe Church in New Orleans, Louisiana where at this time he was serving LaHarpe- 
Thompson Charge. 

Carl T. Wethers 



SAMUEL SLEDGE HOLLADAY 

Brother Sam Holladay was born in Pelican, Louisiana September 5, 1895 to a pioneer 
Methodist preacher and his wife, Reverend and Mrs. Samuel Scott Holladay. To better his 
education he lived as a teenager with a sister and her husband, Reverend and Mrs. Homer 
Bowman. He answered the call to military service in World War I and served in three 
branches of his country's armed forces: Army, Navy and Marines. After discharge Brother 
Holladay attended Lake Charles Business College and then entered the banking business in 
Shreveport. 

Converted during a tent revival conducted by the evangelist Billy Sunday, the experience 
led Brother Sam to accept the call to ministry in 1927. He attended Centenary and Milsaps 
colleges. Appointments during 41 years in the pastorate include: Standard-Olla, Jonesville, 



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Marion-Downsville, Sterlington, Gordon Avenue, Delhi-Crowville, Gilbert-Fort Necessity, 
Coushatta, Logansport, Columbia, Oakdale, Colfax, Belcher-Gilliam, Moss Bluff and 
Marksville-Oak Grove. 

Brother Sam was married to Elizabeth Donald who preceeded him in death and to this 
union was born a daughter, Marguerite Elizabeth. In 1926 he married Bessie Lee Jacobs and 
to this union of more than 55 years came four sons: Dr. Samuel S. Holladay, Robert 
Benjamin, John Richmond and Miles Thomas. Counted also are 15 grandchildren, 2 step- 
grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. 

After retirement in 1968, Brother and Mrs. Holladay lived in Springhill where they shared 
their Christian faith and love with their many friends and continued to be a blessing to all. A 
letter to Bess from a nephew expressed gratitude for Sam's long and fruitful life. It reminds 
us of the outdoor life he so much enjoyed. Often he said, "To the wilderness I am born." The 
nephew wrote he could get riled up when his hook snagged, but he was the fun type with a 
great sense of humor ! 
Of special meaning to Bess are these lines from Tennyson's "Crossing The Bar." 
"Sunset and evening star, 

and one clear call for me ! 
And may there be no moaning of the bar, 

When I put out to sea, 
For though from out our bourne of Time and Place 

The flood may bear me far, 
I hope to see my Pilot face to face 
When I have crossed the bar. " 

Beverly E.Bond 



EDWARD A. KENNEDY, JR. 

To love someone more dearly every day, 
To help a wondering child to find his way, 
To ponder oh' noble phor't 
And pray and smile when evening falls, 
This is my task. 

To follow true as blind men long for life, 
To do my best from dawn of day til night, 
To keep my heart fit for thy holy spirit, 
And answer when he calls, 
This is my task. 

These words from the hymn "My Task," describe the life and philosophy of Edward A 
Kennedy, better known as "Ed." He was born August 23, 1927 in New Orleans, Louisiana, 
the son of Edward and Rosa Kennedy. He was educated at McDonogh #6 Elementary 
School, Gilbert Academy, and then attended Clark College. He received his Masters degree 
from Boston University, Springfield, Massachusetts. He later received another Masters 
degree from New York University. He believed, "the more I give Thee, the more I have for 
myself." He was a very benevolent person; always doing more for others than for himself 
He lived a very full and rich life, though short. He served many appointments of high place 
in the Louisiana Conference, Executive Assistant to the Bishop, St. Mark Church in New 
Orleans, St. Peter Church in Clinton, and Asbury Church in Algiers, Louisiana. 

His most enjoyable and helpful pastoring was with the Bethany United Methodist Church 
After an accident, he passed away September 17, 1981. The funeral was held from his native 
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EDGAR EDWARD SMITH 

A loving father, a companion to an exceptionally talented wife, Mrs. Mattie Lee Square 
Smith and gifted children — Sgt. Albert James Smith, Josephine Yvonne Smith, and Mrs. 
Jerry Dean S. Cook — was born on August 11, 1914 to the late Br. Jessie Gloster Smith and 
Mrs. Josephine Branch Smith. Rev. Edgar Edward Smith passed on to his great reward led, 
through the shadow of death by his Saviour and Friend, Jesus Christ, who returned to take 
him home on August 2, 1981. 

Rev. Smith was a deserving servant of Christ who lived and interpreted the Gospel to a 
large number of churches including churches at Wilson, Conrad, St. James, Springfield, 
Shiloh, Rosedale, Roberts, Denham Springs, St. Luke, Scott, Port Allen, JeJeune, Asbury — 
Natchitoches, and at the time of his death served at Mallalieu, Lafayette and St. James — 
New Iberia. 

Rev. Edgar Smith spent forty-one years in the Christian ministry and by God's grace led a 
number of persons to Christ. He was a premier pastor, a church builder and financier, and 
one who could be trusted to lead God's children through the social conflict and hardships of 
the depression years, World War II, Korea and North Vietnam, and could minister to the 
needs of those who were disappointed, depressed and grieved, rejected and lost, lonely and 
friendless, as well as many who had been left behind and out of the mainstream of our 
society. 

Edgar was a man of intense zeal and commitment falling only by a heart attack after 
preaching at two worship services and giving communion at the Mallalieu Church in 
Lafayette and the St. James Church in New Iberia. 

His congregations loved him and his family, who joined him in dedication to teach his 
people — The United Methodist Church — the great music and hymns of the Christian faith 
and to instill within them self-actualizing virtues that would lift the levels of their spiritual 
and moral commitment to Jesus Christ. 

Rev. Edgar Smith was a "drum major for God" in the area of social justice and race 
relations. He pioneered tasks that lifted the dignity of the young and aging and, through 
daily living and honesty, was an inspiration to his own family and to the churches where he 
served. 

Smith will be missed by the ministers of the Louisiana Annual Conference and the United 
Methodist Church who join the Smith family in grief over the family's and the conference's 
tremendous loss: "Well done, thou good and faithful servant . . . enter into the joy of your 
Master." (Matt. 25:21) 

Rev. L. L. Haynes, Jr. 

DOUGLAS T. WILLIAMS, SR. 

Life was given to Douglas Theodore Williams, Sr. at Haslem, Texas (Shelby County), 
September 30, 1915. His parents moved to DeRidder, Louisiana early in his life, and all his 
school years were spent in that city. Doug graduated from Northwestern State University in 
1940. He was licensed to preach in 1936 by the Lake Charles District, entered the Louisiana 
Conference on trial 1937, ordained deacon 1939, and received elders orders in 1941. 

D. T. and Julia Pearl Graves were united in marriage October 10, 1938, and she was his 
faithful wife until her death during his pastorate in Zachary. To this union was born a son, 
Douglas T. Williams, Jr., the pride of his father's life. One could only talk to "Brother 
Doug" a short time until "Young Doug" came into the conversation. The younger Williams 
presently serves as chaplain of the Methodist Children's Home in Ruston. Doug was blessed 
by this marriage and his son . 

After Julia died, the Lord blessed Doug a second time when Edna York Phillips came into 
his life. They were married in 1973. No pastor could have had a more cheerful and loving 
parsonette than "Miss Edna" ! 

The following is a list of appointments served by D. T. during his almost 45 years of 
service: Angie (4 churches), Natalbany (4 churches), St. Francisville-Tunica ; North Baton 
Rouge, MerRouge, Sterlington, Rayne-Branch, Columbia-Hebert, Coushatta, Winnsboro, 



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Zachary, Summer Grove, Arcadia-Mt. Moriah, Vidalia, Revelee-Crew Lake, and Golden 
Meadow-Grand Isle 1979 until his death March 20, 1982. 

Brother Doug was always a methodical pastor, understanding fully and living up to Mr. 
Wesley's demand for the right thing to be done at the right time. In his last 36 hours on this 
earth he saw to his D.S. meeting with his PPR Committee prior to his planned retirement at 
Conference. After seeing to this last act of responsibility, he entered the hospital the next 
morning and left this life in only a few hours. 

His funeral services were held by his Bishop and District Superintendent and a layman, 
Mr. Robert Cheramie, who read the Twenty-third Psalm in French, as he had read 
Scripture for many Sunday evening worship services previously. 

After almost 45 years of ministerial service "Brother Doug's" spirit has returned to God 
who initially gave it, and his body was laid to rest in a family place in Knoxo, Mississippi. 
"Well done, thou good and faithful servant; enter into the joy of thy Lord." 

William C. Blakely 
March 29, 1982 

LASAN A. WILLIAMS 

The Reverend L. A. Williams, a native and resident of Belle Rose, Louisiana, died on 
Thursday, November 19, 1981 at Prevost Memorial Hospital in Donaldsonville at 1 :45 p.m. 

Brother Williams, always immaculate in dress, and who possessed a very pleasing 
personality, faithfully served charges in the southern part of the state for twenty-four years. 
He was one of God's great preachers and pastors with an indiscriminate concern for all 
those he served. His last appointment was to the Church Triumphant. 

He was married to Mrs. Selma Bell Williams, who preceded him in death. Brother L. A. 
was also preceded in death by a daughter, Mrs. Velma Nelson; a son, Nathan; and a 
granddaughter, Janice Truehill. He follows in death his parents, two brothers, and three 
sisters. 

Reverend Williams is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Albertha Drexler, and son-in-law, 
Charles Drexler of Jeanerette; one son, Melvin, of Belle Rose; five grandchildren, Tammy 
Jean and Barry Dale Drexler of Jeanerette, Bessie Mae, Selma Lee, and Vincent Nelson of 
Belle Rose; five great grandchildren; four nieces, Mrs. Evelyn August of Baton Rouge, 
Mrs. Alice Joseph of New Orleans, Mrs. Hazel Williams of Oakland, California, and Mrs. 
Ann Landry of Belle Rose. 

As we come to the end of a life well spent, may we say as the hymnologist, "Servant of 
God, well done. Rest from thy love employed, the battle fought, the victory won. Enter thy 
Master's Joy." 

Moses T. Jackson, Sr. 



WILLIE H. WILLIS 

Willie H. Willis departed this life on Tuesday, March 9, 1982. He was born in Meridian, 
Mississippi. 

Life is but a means unto an end. Only a life lived for others has an end worth 
remembering. The Honors we pay to those are summed up in the labors of these our 
companions in the labors for the Lord. Their only choice was how they lived daily among 
their fellow men. 

Willie H. Willis made such a choice as he entered this ministry in 1942. He served more 
than thirty-five years in the Christian Ministry, before his retirement in 1975. 

In the Louisiana Annual Conference he served appointments to charges at Wesley- 
Norwood Ct.; Asbury Ct.; Zachary-Deerford; Chaneyville; Hughes: Baton Rouge; Lutcher 
Ct. ; Bayou Goula ; Washington Ct. ; St. Mark-St. Paul ; Hartzell and Shiloh-Rosedale. 

He gave of his best as he lived among us, but now the best has gone to give account of his 
stewardship. 

George W.C. Calvin, Sr. 



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JOHN FLETCHER WILSON 

John Fletcher Wilson was born in Arkadelphia, Arkansas on February 29, 1908, and died 
February 12, 1982. He was both the son and grandson of Methodist Ministers. After attending 
college in Arkansas, he joined the Louisiana Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South, as a member on trial in 1931, and became a member in full connection in 
1933. He served churches in Logansport, Ringgold, Cotton Valley, Oil City, Bossier City, and 
Greenwood. In the middle thirties he married Miss Irene Elliott of Noble, Louisiana, and to 
this union was born two sons, John Fletcher Wilson and Paul E. Wilson, both now of 
Shreveport, Louisiana. While serving the First Methodist Church of Bossier City in the early 
forties, Brother John became ill and took disability for a while. Then he was appointed to the 
Greenwood charge, where he again became ill. He was then retired in 1947 until 1970, when 
the Conference granted him disability until 1973, when he again retired at the age of 65. 

In 1947 Brother John and his family came to the Cedar Grove Area and to the Cedar Grove 
United Methodist Church. Mrs. Wilson died March 25, 1965. Brother John was a faithful 
member of Cedar Grove United Methodist Church, where he was also a member of the 
Men's Bible Class. He was in his seat at church every time he was able, which was nearly 
every Sunday for years. He was faithful at all work days, being able most of the time to 
outlast younger men than himself. His prayers were lifted up for the pastor and the 
congregation always. He was kind and compassionate and friendly. While unable mentally 
to withstand the pressures of the pastoral ministry, as a Christian among laity he made an 
impact upon all those with whom he came in contact. He spent several years working for the 
Shreveport Department of Public Works. His life came to an end, I believe, as he would have 
wished it — simply falling in his tracks in his garden with his hoe beside him. His funeral 
was conducted in the church that he loved so much, the Cedar Grove United Methodist 
Church. Brother John leaves behind him not only two sons, but a host of friends who loved 
him and now miss him as they cherish his memory. Charles Wesley's hymn is most apt 
about Brother John : 

Servant of God, well done! Thy glorious warfare's past; 

The battle's fought, the race is won, and thou are crowned at last. 

With saints enthroned on high, Thou dost Thy Lord proclaim 

And still to God salvation cry, Salvation to the Lamb. 

Edwin H. House, Jr. 

MRS. FRANK (EVELYN) ALDRIDGE, SR. 

It was the second Sunday in June, 1972, moving day in the Louisiana Annual Conference, 
when I arrived at Neely to serve as pastor. Shortly after being there I discovered that there 
were two widows of ministers in the congregation. Evelyn Greene Aldridge was one of them. 
Over the years that I served her as pastor, I found her to be quiet and unassuming but a 
Christian of tremendous conviction, faith and courage. I am reminded of the prophet Isaiah 
when he said, "In returning and rest you shall be saved; in quietness and in trust shall be 
your strength." 

Evelyn Green Aldridge, one of four children, was born on October 13, 1907 to the marriage 
of the late Alfred and Naomi G. Green in Jeanerette, Louisiana. She married the late 
Reverend Frank Aldridge, Sr. and they had the following six children: Nahum M. Aldridge, 
Frank Aldridge, Jr., Maude A. Hillard, Naomie A. Thornton, Ellen A. Ervin, and Brunetta 
A. Shamblin. 

While this writer did not know her husband, I am told that he spent eighteen and three- 
fourth years in the ministry. He and his wife served, the following charges : Lafayette-Cade; 
Eola-Gold Dust; Crowley-Olevia ; Mount Zion-St. Paul; Clinton; Neely, Baton Rouge; and 
St. Mark, Opelousas. After her husband died, she returned to Baton Rouge where she joined 
Neely Church. 

Yes, she had a quiet aura about her, but none could say that she was still and guilty of 
doing nothing. When I arrived at Neely she was still singing in the choir. She participated in 



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the complete life of the Church and its programs. She had great concern for the pastor and 
she would try to conceal her sickness not wanting to be a burden on the pastor and on her 
children. On numerous occasions she would tell me, "Reverend, I am not expecting much of 
you, I am really not that sick, and I told them to tell you that you did not have to come and 
bring me communion." Not making demands and being unassuming did not mean that she 
was not appreciative, because she would always tell how grateful she was and with a 
gracious spirit she would say, "thank you for coming." 

She died at her home on November 25, 1981 and her family and friends gathered on 
November 28, 1981 at Neely Church for her funeral and to say goodby to her. The service was 
closed with the congregation singing one of her favorite hymns. She had requested this, so 
we sang, 

My Soul, Be on Thy Guard 
Ten Thousand foes arise 
The hosts of sin are pressing hard 
To draw thee from the skies 

* * * 

Fight on my soul till death 

Shall bring thee to thy God; 

He'll take thee, at thy parting breath, 

To his divine abode. 



Donald R. Avery 



MRS. NATHAN T. (LOLA) AVANT 



Lola was one of seven children born to Edward and Hollie Watson of Lake Charles, La., 
where she lived all of her life except for the last year. She married Frank W. Rosfeld and 
bore four children for him. Frank died July 4, 1968. 

On May 24, 1980 she became wife to Reverend Nathan Avant and moved to Church Point, 
La. where she enjoyed the parsonage. Their first wedding anniversary was celebrated on 
Sunday, May 24, 1981 and the following Thursday she went to be with her Lord. 

In addition to her husband, Lola is survived by four children: Robert Rosfeld of Ragley, 
La.; Mrs. Dolly Noel of Tyler, Texas; Richard Rosfeld and Mrs. Frank Whiddon of Lake 
Charles, La.; two sisters: Mrs. Mary Treaster of Port Arthur, Texas; and Mrs. Minnie 
Trouard of Lake Charles, La. ; three brothers: Harry Watson of Lake Charles, La. ; Robert 
Watson of Springhill, La.; and J. W. "Bill" Watson of Jennings, La.; ten grandchildren, 
seven step-children, ten step-grandchildren, and a host of friends. 

If ever a person reflected the "light" that Jesus came to bring, Lola did. As much as she 
loved her family, she loved Jesus even more. This was evident in all she did. She supported 
her church with active participation and love. Oh, how she enjoyed Camp Meeting held 
annually at the Lake Charles District Camp, LeBlanc, La. 

Lola was a constant companion to her husband in ministry. It mattered not whether 
hospital, home visits, home prayer group, or mortuary, she was always supportive in a 
gentle, lovable way, never seeking recognition but always giving it. Her contribution 
through music and song will also be remembered. Her motto was, "Life will soon be past, 
only what's done for Christ will last." 

Lola was laid to rest beside her first husband following memorial services from the chapel 
of Johnson's Funeral Home, Lake Charles, La. on May 30, 1981. She is missed by loved ones 
and friends. But, our comfort lies in the fact that our loss is heaven's gain. 

Nathan T. Avant, Jr. 



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MRS. LUTHER A. (ELAH) BODIE 

Mrs. Elah Shows Bodie was born August 19, 1907 to Rev. and Mrs. F. Lyman Shows. Elah 
died in Denham Springs, Louisiana on September 24, 1981. 

Elah vowed to never marry a preacher. She was raised in a parsonage and had seen some 
of the hardships of the ministry. That was not to be the case however. She met a young 
minister by the name of Luther A. Bodie. One day, while the couple were at Luther's house, 
he proposed. But, Miss Shows quickly told him she would give him an answer in three 
months. That answer was yes. They were married October 18, 1933 in the Pollock Methodist 
Church. 

During their many years together, this devoted couple were separated only twice: once 
for three months while Rev. Bodie attended school, and again for 13 months when Mrs. 
Bodie was in a nursing home following a stroke. 

Elah taught in public schools for 33 years. She retired in 1971. 

Elah is survived by her devoted husband, Rev. Luther A. Bodie, and a son, L. Wendell 
Bodie. 

The relationship of love and bond of strength between Luther and Elah were summed up 
in one of Luther's poems : 

The silver hairs among the gold, 
They stand out rather bold, 
And though there will be more, 
You're as beautiful as before. 

With all your silver hair, my dear, 
You need not have a fear ; 
The silver hairs belong with you, 
So never mind the change in hue. 

Since you will be forever mine, 
Just let the silver glow and shine, 
Because to me you are more sweet, 
Than anyone I'll ever meet. 

So let the silver glow with the gold, 
While you and I are growing old. 

ROBERT DUKE BRANNON, JR. 

To remember Robert Brannon is to pray : 

Holy and most merciful God, thank you for Robert. Thank you for his boundless joy and 
deep sorrow. Thank you for his seemingly endless knowledge of nature and his appreciation 
for the scientific disciplines which explain nature. Thank you for the many hours he spent in 
cultivating his garden, in tending his bees, in loving the untamed lands. Thank you for his 
adventurous spirit which allowed him to migrate with the Apache Indians and move among 
peoples of different cultures than his own. Thank you for Robert's sense of social 
responsibility which resulted in his many decorations as a World War II disabled veteran 
and his years spent in police work. Thank you for his insatiable quest for all knowledge. 
Thank you for Robert's example of knowing the Scriptures thoroughly and personally. Yes, 
Father, even thank you for the cancer that killed him. For, in that horribly long and painful 
dying, Robert was made a whole man, permeated with your love and recreated for 
eternity's fellowship with you by your grace. Thank you for the living children, two sons and 
three daughters which he left behind. Thank you for Robert's continued life with you. Amen. 

Carolyn Brsmnon 

MRS. ROBERT N. (LOU ELLEN) BROWN 

Mrs. Lou Ellen Bailey Brown, born December 8, 1933 in Ascension Parish to Peter Bailey 
and the late Lena Bailey. She passed from this life March 20, 1982 at Riverside Medical 



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Center, Franklinton, Louisiana. 

On February 19, 1977 she married Rev. Robert N. Brown. She later became a member of 
Winde Chapel United Methodist Church. Due to her husband's ministerial appointment, she 
transferred her membership to Wesley Ray United Methodist Church upon ner move to 
Angie, Louisiana where she lived for 2 years. 

Mrs. Brown will be greatly missed by those who knew her. Survivors include her husband, 
7 children, 2 sisters, 2 aunts, 1 uncle, 6 grandchildren, 1 daughter-in-law, 1 son-in-law and 
other relatives and friends. 

Monique Cammon 

MRS. GEORGE (RUTH) CARTER 

"To be able to smile in the storm 

To be useful and careful and consistent in prayer 
To be cautious to do no one harm 
To be useful and wanted, to live everyday 
That whenever the bell tolls for you 
You'll be happy to say though my end is at 
hand 
I've done all the good I could do." 
The above words adequately reflect the life of Mrs. Ruth G. Carter, beloved wife of the 
late Reverend George W. Carter. 

Mrs. Carter a resident of New Orleans died in Houston, Texas, where she had lived for the 
past three years. 

A native of Shreveport, Louisiana, she moved at an early age to Atlanta, Georgia where 
she was reared on the campus of Gammon Theological Seminary as the foster daughter of 
the late Bishop and Mrs. J. W. E. Bowen, Sr. Dr. Bowen at the time was president of 
Gammon. She married Reverend George W. Carter following her graduation from Clark 
College. 

Mrs. Carter was actively involved in Christian work in the California-Arizona Conference, 
the Delaware Conference and her native Louisiana Conference of the United Methodist 
Church where her late husband held pastorates. She was a member of the task group that 
planned the organization of the Women Society of Christian Service (WSCS) and served as 
the second president of the Central Jurisdiction WSCS. She moved to this office seasoned 
and experienced in mission work having served with the Women's Division, president of the 
Louisiana Conference WSCS and as the first secretary of the youth work. 

This dedicated woman remained active in the life of the United Methodist Church. 
Following merger of the two Louisiana Conferences she continued her involvement in the 
women's work on the local and district levels. 

She was able to transcend color and related to each person in a spirit of love and 
understanding. The women of the New Orleans-Houma district recognized this quality in 
her and elected her the president of the New Orleans-Houma District United Methodist 
Women (UMW) , a position she held prior to her sudden illness, and death. 

Mrs. Carter was very active in her local church, First Street United Methodist, where her 
husband held his last pastorate. She served as chairperson of the Council on Ministries, with 
her sagacious mind counseled the young ministers that elevated to the Pastoral ministry of 
the church. While she was a member her constant words of wisdom were, 

"Get as much additional training as you can to be fully 
prepared to serve in the United Methodist Church in 
the future." 
She volunteered her service whenever she felt an assignment had to be done, or a meeting 
to be attended, at her own expense. She lived a faithful and fruitful life until the end. 

She leaves for her daughter a beautiful heritage of the Christian way of life, values and 
ideals that can be kept alive in her heart. Christianity does not exempt one from one death, 



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it only inspires triumph over death. 

"Servant of God well done ; 
Thy glorious warfare's past; 
The battles fought, the race is won, 
And thou art crowned at last." 

MRS. ROBERT F. (MARTINEZ J. ) HARRINGTON 

Martinez Jones Harrington, the fourth of five children, was born and reared in Aiken, 
South Carolina, and died Tuesday night, May 25, 1982, in Flint Goodridge Hospital in New 
Orleans following a season of illness she so nobly endured across a period of two months. 

In preparing herself academically for life's work she matriculated at, and received her 
degree from Southern University, Baton Rouge where she served as accompanist for the 
University Choir and reigned as Miss Southern University. Upon graduation she became 
head of the English Department at Brewer Junior College, Greenwood, S.C. She also 
attended South Carolina State, Atlanta University and Boston University. 

Divine Providence brought her and a young theological student from Orangeburg, S.C. by 
the name of Robert Franklin Harrington into each other's presence and channeled them into 
marriage on May 17, 1940. She served with her minister husband faithfully as a chaplain's 
wife at Camp B landing, Florida, and Camp Stoneman, California, and later at Houston- 
Tillotson as First Lady of the Campus. She was with him as he served as administrative 
assistant to four United Methodist bishops, as District Superintendent, two ecumenical 
posts and three outstanding pastorates in the Louisiana Conference. 

Martinez was a gifted teacher in the Orleans Parish School System for twenty-five years, 
and served as P.T.A. president at two separate schools for a time. She held membership in 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and was a life member of the YWCA through which she evi- 
denced her interest in community affairs by her liberal contributions, giving unselfishly of 
her superb musical and other talents. 

She was a warm, loving and caring, serious and devout minister's wife whose memory 
will linger in our hearts. 

Religious rites were conducted from First United Methodist Church, New Orleans with 
Bishop J. Kenneth Shamblin officiating and Bishop Charles F. Golden, (retired) delivering 
the eulogy Friday, May 28 at 11 :00 a.m. 

Her survivors include her husband, Dr. Robert F. Harrington, a loving daughter and son- 
in-law, Ada Harrington and Wesley J. Belton of Scranton, Pennsylvania, two sisters Izeta 
Jones Daniels of Charleston, S.C, and Dora Jones Williams of Los Angeles. 

Samuel W. Walker, Sr. 

MRS. JOHN J. (LEE) RASMUSSEN 

Mrs. John J. (Lee) Rasmussen departed this life May 17, 1982. A recent project of this 
very industrious woman had been the writing of her biography. It is a testimony to her 
Christian life and a source of my information. 

As the subject of her writing was "My Parsonage Memoirs," her birth in New Orleans and 
her early life were omitted. August 16, 1927, she married John J. Rasmussen and 
determined to be a helpful minister's wife and not a hindrance. This she did as she lovingly 
supported her husband, nurtured her family, and faithfully served the church. 

An early appointment in Trout, Louisiana, was during the Depression years and here she 
distributed the Red Cross commodities from the parsonage. In Bunkie it was noted that 
among her duties she found time to be pitcher on a softball team. The war years found the 
Rasmussens in Minden and here she made a service flag with a star to represent each young 
man from their congregation in the armed forces. Youth and children's work was a large 
part of her ministry in Ruston, Lake Charles, and at Noel Church. 

Her husband, Dr. John J. Rasmussen, died on February 4, 1958, after a distinguished 
ministry in Louisiana Methodism. Mrs. Rasmussen remained until her disability a faithful 
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Lee was known by all to have a beautiful solo voice and on many occasions was a featured 
soloist in both church choirs and civic functions. 

Mrs. Rasmussen is survived by one son, one daughter, five grandchildren and a host of 
friends. She states in the closing words of her biography, "I thank God for all the blessings I 
am so fortunate to have. I thank God for the 'cross' and for the 'crown' I view each Sunday 
(found in one of Noel's windows) which have a very special meaning for me. " 
"The strife is o'er, the battle done ; 
The victory of life is won ; 
The song of triumph has begun : Alleluia ! ' ' 

Stone W. Caraway 

MRS. JOE (BILLIE ) ROBINSON 

Billie was born June 14, 1908, on a farm near Lonoke, Arkansas. She was the daughter of 
L. E. and Ola Moore. Billie was one of nine children. She had a twin sister who died in 
childhood. 

She was married to Joe H. Robinson, April 22, 1931. To this couple has come one daughter, 
Mrs. Billie Jo Johnson of Strong, Arkansas, one son, James Harold Robinson of Jackson, 
Mississippi, three grandchildren and five great grandchildren. 

Three years after their marriage her husband entered the ministry. For forty-three years 
she worked by his side as he served churches in the Little Rock and Louisiana Conferences. 

Billie supported her husband in his ministry. She enjoyed singing in the choir, but above 
everything else Billie was first a wife and a mother. She loved her home. She enjoyed 
making things for the home and shared her talents with her neighbors. One parsonage 
family who served a church several years after the Robinsons remarked, "As we visited 
home after home the ladies would show us things which Mrs. Robinson either made or 
taught them how to make." 

Mrs. Robinson entered her "heavenly home" on October 2, 1981. Memorial Services were 
held in McGuire United Methodist Church, West Monroe, with Rev. Deen Thompson and in 
her childhood church in Lonoke, Arkansas. She was laid to rest beside her father and about 
200 yards from the spot where she was born. 

Billie's last words were also her most familiar words, "I love you." She loved everyone 
and was loved by all who knew her. This love abides forever. 

Deen Thompson 

MRS. OBBIE J. (IOLA) SOUTHALL 

Mrs. Iola Reed Southall was born to the union of the late Alfred Reed and Augustine 
Truehill on October 14, 1925 in Belle Rose, Louisiana. She accepted Christ on September 25, 
1943 under the pastorate of the late Reverend W. M. Caldwell at Wesley United Methodist 
Church of Napoleonville, Louisiana. Over the years she served faithfully as an usher and 
musician, and generally gave help wherever she was needed. 

Iola Reed and Obbie J. Southall were united in matrimony on June 3, 1943. After fulfilling 
the role of wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, Christian and good neighbor in 
an excellent manner, she departed this life on November 29, 1981. Funeral services were 
held December 1, 1981 at the Wesley United Methodist Church, Napoleonville with Pastor 
Albert Holland officiating, with over a dozen ministers in attendance. 

She is survived by her husband, Rev. Obbie Southall. One daughter, Mrs. Audrey Mae 
Daigle of Ewellville, Louisiana, seven sons, Claiborne of Ewellville, Obbie Jr., Curtis, 
Dwight and Bryant of Plattenville, Louisiana, Leroy and Percy of New Orleans. One son-in- 
law, eighteen grandchildren, two great grandchildren, six daughters-in-law, two uncles and 
four aunts. 

The words of Charles Wesley are meaningful at this point: "0 happy, happy soul! In 
ecstaties of praise, Long as the eternal ages roll, Thou seest thy Savior's face. Redeemed 
from earth and pain, Ah! when shall we ascend, And all in Jesus' presence reign Through 
ages without end?" 

Moses T. Jackson, Sr. 



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VIII. Miscellaneous 



A. Conference Structure And Rules 

Article I: Conference Boards And Agencies 

The Louisiana Annual Conference shall elect the following Boards, Commissions and 
Committees : 

A. Boards 

1 . Conference Board of Church and Society 

There shall be a Conference Board of Church and Society elected for the quadrennium. 
Membership of the Board shall consist of: 

1 . One lay person and one minister from each district. 

2. A youth 18 years of age or younger. 

3. A young adult. 

4. A cabinet liaison. 

5 . The Coordinator of Christian Social Involvement of the UMW . 

In cooperation with the Conference Council on Ministries, the Board shall develop and 
promote programs on Christian Social Concerns within the bounds of the Conference. The 
functions of the Board shall be in work described by the Book of Discipline for the Divisions 
of the General Board of Church and Society in areas, Emerging Social Issues, General 
Welfare, World Peace and Human Relations. 

2. Conference Board of Discipleship 

There shall be a Conference Board of Discipleship elected for the quadrennium. 
Membership of the Board shall consist of: 

1 . One lay person and one minister from each district. 

2 . A youth 18 years of age or younger . 

3. A young adult. 

4. A cabinet liaison. 

Assigned to this Board shall be the functions of education, evangelism, worship, 
camping, and the area of youth ministry. The primary purpose shall be that purpose 
assigned to the Board of Discipleship by the Book of Discipline of assisting districts and 
local churches in their efforts to win persons as disciples of Jesus Christ and to help these 
persons to grow in their understanding of God that they may increasingly identify 
themselves as children of God and members of the Christian community, to live in the Spirit 
of God in every relationship and to fulfill their common discipleship in the world. 

3. Conference Board of Global Ministries 

There shall be a Conference Board of Global Ministries elected for the quadrennium. It 
shall represent the General Board of Global Ministries in all its promotional activities 
within the bounds of the Annual Conference in cooperation with the Conference Council on 
Ministries. 

Membership shall consist of: 

1. One lay member and one minister from each district, one of whom shall be designated 
in each district as the District Coordinator of Global Ministries. 

2. Six members at large, including one young adult lay person (18 to 30 years of age) . 

3. A liaison from other Conference Program Boards. 

4. A person 18 years of age or younger elected by the Conference Youth Team . 

5. A college student chosen by the state student organization. 

6. Conference lay leader. 

7. Conference Disaster Coordinator, who shall be liaison to UMCOR. 

8. President of Conference United Methodist Women. 

9. Coordinator of Global Concerns of Conference United Methodist Women. 



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In addition to its general area of work the following functions shall be assigned to the 
Board of Global Ministries : 

Ecumenical and Interreligious Concerns, United Methodist Committee on Relief, Urban 
Ministries, Town and Country Ministries, Health and Welfare Ministries, Economic 
Development, World Hunger Concerns. 

The Conference United Methodist Women, although autonomous, shall maintain a 
relationship with the Board concerning their mutual work in mission. 

4. Conference Board of Higher Education & Campus Ministry 

There shall be a Conference Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministry elected to 
the quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of : 

1. One lay person and one minister from each district, one of whom shall be designated 
in each district as the District Director of Higher Education and Campus Ministry. 

2. One representative, the president or one appointed by him, from each of the colleges 
related to the Louisiana Annual Conference. 

3. Two representatives from the campus ministers/directors to be elected by the 
campus ministry staff. 

4. Two college students to be elected by the state United Methodist student organization. 

5. One representative from the Conference United Methodist Youth Fellowship Team to 
be elected by the said group. 

6. A cabinet liaison appointed by the Bishop. 

7. The Annual Conference Coordinator of Higher Education and Campus Ministry. 

8. The Annual Conference member of the General Board of Higher Education and 
Ministry, Division of Higher Education and Campus Ministry. 

The functions of the Board shall be the Program of Campus Ministry within the 
Conference and the relationship with the Conference Institutions of Higher Education. 

5. Conference Board of Laity 

There shall be a Conference Board of Laity. On the general church level the Board shall 
be related to the Division of Lay Life and Work of the General Board of Discipleship. 
Membership of the Board shall consist of : 

1. District Lay Leaders. 

2. Associate District Lay Leaders. 

3. District Superintendents. 

4. Directors of Adult Work, Youth Work, and Children's Work of the Conference Council 
on Ministries. 

5. Conference Director, United Methodist Men. 

6. Conference President, United Methodist Women. 

7. Immediate Past President, United Methodist Women. 

8. District Presidents, United Methodist Women. 

9. Conference Board of the Laity Program Directors. 

10. Lay Associate Director of Conference Council on Ministries. 

11. Conference President of United Methodist Youth or his/her designate. 

The functions shall be those found in the Book of Discipline and among the functions of 
the Board of Laity shall be stewardship and the 1000 Club. The Board of Laity shall adopt its 
own By-Laws to achieve these functions. 

6. Conference Board of the Ordained Ministry 

There shall be a Conference Board of the Ordained Ministry elected for the 
quadrennium, consisting of not fewer than six ministers in full connection in the Conference, 
nominated by the presiding bishop after consultation with the chairperson of the board of 
the previous quadrennium, or with a committee of the board, and with the Cabinet. It is 
recommended that the Conference Commission on Higher Education have due 
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schools of theology accredited or approved by the University Senate. Vacancies shall be 
filled by the bishop after consultation with the chairperson of the board. 

The Board of the Ordained Ministry shall organize and fulfill the duties assigned to it by 
the Book of Discipline. The duties of enlistment shall also be assigned to this Board. 

7. Conference Board of Pensions 

There shall be a Conference Board of Pensions, auxiliary to the General Board of 
Pensions, which shall have charge of the interests and work of providing for and 
contributing to the support, relief, assistance, and pensioning of ministers and their 
families, other church workers, and lay employees of The United Methodist Church, its 
institutions, organizations, and agencies within the Annual Conference, except as otherwise 
provided by the General Board. 

Membership of the Board shall consist of not less than twelve members not indebted to 
pension and benefit funds, plans, and programs or receiving pensions therefrom; one-third 
shall be laywomen, one-third shall be laymen, and one-third shall be clergy, elected for a 
term of eight years and arranged in classes as determined by the Annual Conference; in 
addition thereto, any ministerial member of the Conference or lay member of a church 
within the Conference who is a member of the General Board of Pensions, the Executive 
Secretary of the Board, and the Treasurer. 

The Board shall have the duties and functions as provided in the Book of Discipline. 

8. Conference Board of Trustees 

There shall be a Board of Trustees consisting of twelve members, at least thirty years of 
age, six ministerial members and six lay persons, elected in classes by the Conference for 
alternating terms of three years to carry out the functions provided in the Book of 
Discipline. 

9. Conference Board of Diaconal Ministry 

There shall be a Conference Board of Diaconal Ministry elected for the quadrennium. 

Membership of the boards will consist of not less than nine persons, of whom at least one- 
third shall be in diaconal ministry careers. 

The Board shall develop programs and concerns within the bounds of the Conference 
related to the intent and purposes of the Book of Discipline. 

B. Commissions 

1. Conference Commission on Archives and History 

There shall be a Conference Commission on Archives and History elected for the 
quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of nine persons. 

The functions of the Commission shall be those contained in the Book of Discipline. 

2. Conference Commission On Christian Unity And Interreligious Affairs 

There shall be a Conference Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious Affairs 
elected for the quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of one lay person and one minister from each district. 
The function of the Commission shall be that contained in the Book of Discipline. 

3. Conference Commission on Religion and Race 

There shall be a Conference Commission on Religion and Race elected for the 
quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of: 

1 . One lay person and one minister from each district. 

2. A youth 18 years of age or younger. 

3. A young adult. 

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The functions and selection of members of the Commission shall follow the general 
guidelines and structure of the General Commission on Religion and Race as specified in the 
Book of Discipline. 

4. Conference Commission on Equitable Salaries and Sustentation 

There shall be a Conference Commission on Equitable Salaries and Sustentation elected 
for the quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of one person from each district. 

The function of the Commission shall be that contained in the Book of Discipline 
pertaining to equitable salaries. 

5. Conference Commission on the Role and Status of Women 

There shall be a Conference Commission on the Role and Status of Women elected for the 
quadrennium. 

Membership shall consist of fifteen persons, a majority of whom shall be women, but 
including men, clergy, and lay. The chairperson shall be a woman. Selection of commission 
personnel shall include representatives of ethnic and racial minorities, youth/young adults, 
persons over sixty years of age, and various lifestyles. 

The commission shall develop programs within the bounds of the Conference, as 
specified in the Book of Discipline. 

C. Committees 

1. Conference Committee on Courtesies 

There shall be a Conference Comrmttee on Courtesies elected for the quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of six persons. 

The function of the Committee shall be to provide courtesies and introductions for 
visitors to the Annual Conference sessions and to prepare written expressions of 
appreciation for those who assist the work of the Conference. 

2. Conference Committee on Episcopacy 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Episcopacy elected quadrennially by the 
Annual Conference. 

Membership shall consist of three lay women, three lay men, three clergy persons, and 
three additional persons to make possible the representation of Racial Ethnic Minority, 
Youth, and Young Adults, and three additional persons appointed by the Bishop, provided 
that at least five of the fifteen persons are clergy. 

The functions of this committee shall be that contained in the Book of Discipline. 

3. Conference Committee on Investigation 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Investigation elected annually, upon 
nomination of the bishop, consisting of five elders and reserve elders, to perform the 
functions specified in the Book of Discipline. 

4. Conference Committee on Journal 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Journal elected for the quadrennium. 
The membership shall consist of two clerical and two lay members. 
The Committee on Journal shall inspect the secretary's record of each session of the 
Annual Conference and report its findings to the Conference. 

5. Conference Committee on Nominations 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Nominations composed of the following 
members: Resident Bishop as chairman, Conference Lay Leader, Conference President of 
United Methodist Women, District Superintendents, two lay persons who are members of 
the Conference named by the Conference Board of Laity, two lay persons who are members 
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Women, and two youth who are members of the Conference named by the Conference Youth 
Team, and two young adults appointed by the bishop. 

The lay representatives shall serve from the time at which they are chosen by their 
.representative designated bodies or persons. The nominating committee shall submit in 
nomination only the names of those persons who agree to serve in the position to which they 
are nominated. 

6. Conference Committee on Review and Resolutions 

There shall be a Conference Committee on Review and Resolutions elected for the 
quadrennium. 

The membership shall consist of five persons. 

The Committee shall have the function assigned to it by Conference Rule Ten. 

7. Conference Rules Committee 

There shall be a Conference Rules Committee appointed by the Bishop of no more than 
six persons, half of whom shall be lay, and said committee to be appointed quadrennially. 

8. Committee on Communications 

There shall be a Committee on Communications to oversee and set policies for the 
Conference newspaper and also provide guidelines for a Conference Resource Center to be 
operated out of the Conference Council on Ministries Office, and to relate to United 
Methodist Communications and other communications agencies of the general church. 
Membership shall be four clergy and four lay persons, to be named by the conference 
nominating committee and confirmed by the Annual Conference. 

Article II: Conference Council On Finance 
And Administration 

A. There shall be a Conference Council on Finance and Administration elected for the 
quadrennium. Nominations shall be made by the Conference Committee on Nominations. 

The membership shall consist of five ministers and six lay persons. 

The Council shall function as specified in Paragraph 866-886 of the Book of Discipline. 

B. The depository of funds and bodkkeeping functions of all Conference Councils, Boards 
and Agencies shall be provided by the Conference. The Council on Finance and 
Administration shall initiate a system of vouchers through which the Conference treasurer 
shall reimburse all expenditures authorized by the chairpersons of the board and agencies 
for funds expended within their budgets. See Conference Rule Four. 

C. The Conference CFA shall develop the Budget for Conference Benevolences as 
follows : 

1. A Proposed Budget shall be presented to the Annual Conference for the 
calendar year to begin 19 months hence. 

2. A Revised Budget shall be acted on and adopted by the Annual 
Conference for the calendar year to begin 7 months hence. 

3. This Budget shall be reviewed by the CFA, just prior to distribution of 
funds, and shall be paid in proportion to the funds available, i.e. if 90% is 
available, 90% shall be paid. 

Article III: Conference Council On Ministries 

A. There shall be a Conference Council on Ministries to fulfill the purpose assigned to the 
Council by Paragraph 831.1 and the functions, Paragraph 831.10 of the Book of Discipline. 
The membership of the Council on Ministries shall consist of the following : 

1. Presiding Bishop 

2. District Superintendents 

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5. One (1) representative from the Board of Pensions 

6. Two (2) representatives from the Board of Discipleship 

7. Two (2) representatives from the Board of Global Ministries 

8. Two (2) representatives from the Board of Church and Society 

9. One (1) representative from the Board of Trustees 

10. One (1) representative from the Commission on Religion and Race 

11. One (1) representative from the Commission on Archives and History 

12. One (1) representative from the Commission on Equitable Salaries and Sustentation 

13. One (1) representative from the Board of Higher Education and Campus Ministries 

14. One (1) representative of the Commission on the Status & Role of Women 

15. The Conference Secretary 

16. Two (2) representatives of the Conference United Methodist Women, one (1) of them 
shall be the President 

17. Two (2) representatives of the Conference Youth Organization 

18. Two (2) young adults elected by the young adult members to Annual Conference 

19. The Conference Lay Leader 

20. One (1) lay person from each district to be elected by the district council on ministries 

21. Ex Officio, without vote — Annual Conference Council on Ministries Staff, Conference 
Director of Financial Affairs, Conference Director of Special Ministries 

22. Ex Officio, without vote — Two (2) representatives of the Council on Finance and 
Administration 

23. Ex Officio, with vote — such representatives to general boards, councils and agencies 
as are elected from the Louisiana Annual Conference and the Conference 
representatives to the Jurisdictional Council on Ministries 

24. Two (2) representatives of the United Methodist Men, one of whom shall be the 
president 

In the selection of representatives to the Council, care should be taken to provide for a 
proper balance of lay and ministerial members. 

The officers of the Council on Ministries shall be a Chairman, a Vice Chairman and a 
Recording Secretary, who shall be elected at the beginning of each quadrennium by the 
Council on Ministries following nomination of a Nominating Committee previously 
appointed by the Chairman, and a Treasurer, who shall be the Director of Financial Affairs. 

The Council on Ministries shall meet as often as required to fulfill its purposes. A quorum 
shall consist of those who are in attendance after a proper call for a meeting has been 
issued. A proper call shall consist of a thirty day written notice except for emergency 
session. 

The Bishop and the Director of Program shall be ex officio members of all committees. 

The Council shall have these committees : 

1. There shall be an Executive Committee composed of the Resident Bishop, the officers 
of the Council on Ministries and the Director of the Council on Ministries, the 
Chairman of the Cabinet, the two other members of the Cabinet, the Conference Lay 
Leader, the President of the Conference United Methodist Women, and a 
representative of the Conference Council on Finance and Administration, who shall 
be a non-voting member. The Chairman of the Council on Ministries shall be the 
Chairman of the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee may act for the 
Council on Ministries between regular sessions of the Council on Ministries. 

2. The Council may appoint age-level and family departments as it deems necessary to 
the performance of its duties. It may appoint committees, task forces, and 
consultations as may be deemed essential to the effective discharging of its 
responsibilities. 

B. There shall be a staff of the Council on Ministries with these functions : 
l.To work with the Bishop and Cabinet in the planning, coordination and 

implementation of programs in the Conference. 
2. To provide staff assistance to enable the Council on Ministries to achieve the 

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3. To maintain a Resources Center for the Conference composed of those program 
resources used by local churches and districts. 

4. To provide staff services to Conference Boards and Agencies. 

5. To be a program consultant and resource person to the districts by initiating and 
providing training of each District Council on Ministries so that through the District 
Council more adequate services can be rendered to the local churches. 

6. To be a program consultant and resource person to the local churches by providing 
consultative service and leadership training. 

7. To make available to the Conference certain administrative services, such as office 
facilities for clerical work for the Conference and central file of mailing list. 

8. To maintain linkage with the General Church by being a channel for receiving 
information from the General Church Agencies and to interpret the needs of the 
Louisiana Conference with the local churches of this state to the General Church 
agencies. 

9. To serve as a clearing house and coordinator of the Conference Calendar under the 
direction of the Council on Ministries. 

10. To provide staff functions for certain special Conference activities. 

C. The Conference Council on Ministries staff shall consist of a director, elected and 
appointed according to Paragraph 831.7 of the Book of Discipline, and at least one associate 
director, elected and appointed according to Paragraph 831.8 of the Book of Discipline. 
Where only one associate director is elected and appointed, that associate director should be 
a lay person. 

The secretaries and stenographers provided for in the Council budget shall be employed 
by the Council Director. 

All staff members shall work under the direction of the Council on Ministries and shall be 
assigned duties as determined by the Director and appropriate committee. The place of 
residence of staff members may be assigned by the Council. 

Article IV : Districts 

A. There shall be a District Committee on Nominations with the following members: 
District Superintendent, who shall be chairman; District Lay Leader; District President 
United Methodist Women; 2 Lay Persons named by District Board of Laity; 2 Lay Persons, 
named by the Executive Committee of the District United Methodist Women; 2 youth, 
named by the District Youth Council; 4 ministers, named by the District Superintendent; 2 
young adults. 

B. There shall be a District Council on Ministries functioning in each district of the 
Louisiana Annual Conference. 

Membership shall include the following: Coordinators of Children, Youth, Young Adults, 
Adults and Family Life Ministries. It shall also include Chairpersons of the following 
program areas: Education, Evangelism, Ecumenical Affairs, Missions, Health and 
Welfare, Stewardship, Worship, Religion and Race, Publications and Social Concerns. 
Membership shall also include District Lay Leader, United Methodist Women, United 
Methodist Men, Youth, 1000 Club, etc. It is recommended that a member of the Annual 
Conference Council on Ministries staff be included as a resource person in each District 
Council on Ministries. We further recommend that membership shall be chosen so as to 
include equitable representation, insofar as possible, of laity as well as clergy, minority 
groups, women, youth, and young adults. Membership in the District Council on Ministries 
shall be taken from persons interested in district work after consultation (not merely last 
minute appointments). Lay people should be considered for all positions on the District 
Council on Ministries. District Council on Ministries members may be listed with ttfeir 
names and addresses in the Annual Conference Journal. The District Conferences should 
elect the membership of the District Council on Ministries. 

The officers of the District Council on Ministries shall be the chairperson, who shall be 
elected from the membership of the Council on Ministries and such other officers as the 
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The District Council on Ministries shall work to achieve the purpose and functions 
assigned by the Book of Discipline. 

The District Superintendent shall be the Chief Executive staff officer. 

District Councils on Ministries shall be financed by the district budget, except for special 
program activities, in which case they may apply to the Conference Council on Ministries 
and the Conference Council on Finance and Administration for a grant from the Conference 
Program Priorities Fund. 

C. Each district should provide at least half-time secretarial help for the district 
superintendent from funds made available from the district budget upon recommendation 
and approval of the District Stewards. 

Article VI : Program Planning Process 

A. The Conference Council on Ministries and the Conference Boards and Agencies shall 
develop methods in the program planning process which will enable the local churches of 
the Conference to communicate recommendations concerning needs and goals for the 
design of programs which reflect concerns for ministry at the local church level. 

B. The Charge Conference fulfilling its purpose as specified in Paragraph 145 of the Book 
of Discipline shall be used, under the leadership of the District Superintendent, to receive 
information on the needs and opportunities which exist in the local churches that should be 
taken into account in program planning by Conference Agencies. The District 
Superintendent shall have the responsibility for communicating this information to the 
Conference Agencies. 

C. The District Council on Ministries shall be used as a primary program planning, 
development and implementation agency for enabling local churches in fulfillment of the 
ministry. 

Article VII: Conference Rules 

1. APPORTIONMENTS: All Conference apportionments shall be annually apportioned 
to each local church through the application of a decimal to be derived from the following 
factors taken from the last published Journal of the Louisiana Annual Conference. 

A. One-half on the basis of membership. 

B . One-half on the basis of these six columns : 
Paid other current expenses, etc. 

Church School: Lesson materials, supplies, administration, etc. 
Pastor's salary paid 
Associate's salary paid 
Travel allowance total paid 
Utilities paid 

2. APPROPRIATIONS : Any legislation requiring appropriation of Conference funds or 
any requests for Conference-wide solicitation of funds shall first be presented to the Council 
on Finance and Administration for study and its recommendations before being presented 
to the Annual Conference. See the Book of Discipline. 

3. FISCAL AND STATISTICAL YEAR: The calendar year is the fiscal and statistical 
year of the Conference. All remittances for the preceding year shall be mailed to the 
Conference Treasurer not later than the Monday after the first Sunday in January ; and the 
pastor's report No. 1 and No. 2 shall be turned in, and checked by auditors at District 
meetings at a time and place determined by the Council on Finance and Administration, in 
consultation with members of the Cabinet. 

4. FUNDS TO BE SENT TO CONFERENCE TREASURER: Local Church Treasurers 
shall send all funds for Conference Boards, Agencies and Institutions to the Conference 
Treasurer for appropriate distribution. All financial books and bookkeeping and funds of 
Conference Councils, Boards, Committees, and Commissions shall be administered and 
unified in the office of the Conference Treasurer. Disbursements shall be made through a 
voucher system to be supervised by the Council on Finance and Administration. The Council 



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on Finance and Administration shall be authorized to invest the surplus funds of Conference 
boards and agencies, when the surplus exceeds a reasonable amount needed as carry-over 
to begin the next year. This shall not apply to institutions, The Board of Pensions, nor the 
Commission on Equitable Salaries and Sustentation. Any funds generated from interest by 
The Ministerial Education Fund shall go back into it. 

5. ANNUAL CONFERENCE BUDGET: The Conference Council on Finance and 
Administration shall develop the Budget for Conference Benevolences as follows : 

1. A proposed Budget shall be presented to the Annual Conference for the calendar 
year to begin 19 months hence. 

2. A Revised Budget shall be acted on and adopted by the Annual Conference for the 
calendar year to begin 7 months hence. 

3. This Budget shall be reviewed by the Council on Finance and Administration, just 
prior to distribution of funds, and shall be paid, in proportion to the funds 
available, i.e. if 90% is available, 90% will be paid. 

6. DISTRICT BUDGETS AND DISTRICT FUNDS: All undesignated monies received 
should be distributed on an exact ratio or percentage of the total district budget. Designated 
funds shall be directed exclusively to the program or item to which they are given with no 
consequent alteration in other items in the district budget. 

7. DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS: The base salary of each District Superintendent 
paid by the Annual Conference shall not be greater than the average base salary paid to the 
twenty highest-paid pastors of charges of the Louisiana Conference. The base salary and 
expenses to be paid by the Annual Conference for the next fiscal year will be determined by 
the Council on Finance and Administration and reported to the Annual Conference. 

8. PRE-CONFERENCE REPORTS: All Councils, Boards, Commissions and 
Committees of the Louisiana Conference shall prepare all Annual Conference reports, 
resolutions and recommendations and send them to the office of the Conference Council 
Director sixty (60) days before the opening date of the Annual Conference; and the 
Conference Council Director shall compile and duplicate these reports and mail a copy to 
each minister and lay member thirty (30) days before the Annual Conference convenes. Any 
reports, resolutions or recommendations not included in the pre-conference reports must be 
duplicated and distributed to the Annual Conference before final action can be taken, except 
when exempted by a two-thirds ( 2 / 3 ) vote of the Annual Conference. This rule does not apply 
to the Conference Board of Trustees and the Board of the Ordained Ministry. 

9. COMMITTEE ON REVIEW AND RESOLUTIONS: Any resolution, proposed by an 
individual or group other than a conference agency, shall first be presented to the 
committee at least 24 hours before consideration by the Annual Conference. The committee 
shall ensure that the resolution is submitted by a properly qualified delegate to the Annual 
Conference, provide adequate duplication and distribution of the resolution to the delegates, 
and present the resolution to the Annual Conference without comment (No vote of 
concurrence/non-concurrence shall be taken or reported by the committee). Resolutions 
may be referred by the committee to a conference agency for study. Said agency may 
include the resolution in its report or refer it back to the Committee on Review and 
Resolutions for its consideration before presenting it to the Annual Conference. 

10. DATA FOR MEMOIRS: The District Superintendents in whose district a Conference 
member, wife or widow of a minister dies, shall appoint someone to secure, in advance of 
the next Annual Conference, data concerning the deceased. 

11. WIDOWS: A directory of widows of deceased Conference members shall be published 
in the Journal. 

12. DISTRICT CONFERENCES: The Annual Conference hereby directs that District 
Conferences may be held annually and shall be composed of the persons named in the Book 
of Discipline, and in addition thereto, each charge shall elect five (5) lay members as 
delegates, provided, however, each church shall have at least one (1) elected member. 

13. THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE: The Committee on Nominations shall solicit 
suggestions for the names of persons who should be nominated for Conference Boards and 
Agencies and members of the Annual Conference. In order to receive an inclusive list of 
qualified youth nominees from the Conference Youth Team, the committee will delay the 
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Team meeting for the new program year (usually held in August) . 

14. TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP: The terms of membership on all Boards, Commissions, 
and Committees of the Louisiana Conference shall be a maximum of eight (8) years, with 
this rule becoming effective in 1980, and applying to all who have served eight (8) years on 
such Boards, Commissions and Committees by 1980, except as provided otherwise by the 
Book of Discipline. No person shall serve on more than one Conference Program Board or 
Commission except as provided by the Book of Discipline. These rules do not apply to 
Trustees. Further, if members of a conference Board, Commission or Committee, are 
absent from two consecutive regular meetings without a reason acceptable to the agency, 
they shall cease to be members thereof. In that case they shall be so notified, and their 
places shall be filled in accordance with the appropriate provisions for filling vacancies, if 
any, otherwise, upon notification of the vacancy by the agency concerned, the Committee on 
Nominations shall present replacement nominations to the upcoming Annual Conference 
for election to the remaining term involved. 

15. CABINET LIAISON: There shall be a Cabinet Liaison appointed by the presiding 
Bishop to each Conference Board and Agency. Expenses of the Cabinet Liaison shall be paid 
by the Board or Agency involved. 

16. CONFERENCE BOARDS AND AGENCIES MEMBERSHIP: Conference Boards and 
Agencies shall not be limited to their membership in the appointment of committees and 
task forces. Members of General Boards and Agencies shall be members of corresponding 
Conference Boards and Agencies. 

17. ALL INSTITUTIONS IN THE CONFERENCE : All institutions in the Conference shall 
be incorporated and shall review their corporate charters quadrennially to determine that 
they are in conformity with the laws of the State of Louisiana and the Book of Discipline of 
the United Methodist Church. 

18. LAY MEMBERS OF ANNUAL CONFERENCE : Each Charge Conference shall elect 
annually the lay member (s) to the Annual Conference and one or more alternates. Each 
Board of Directors of Wesley Foundation shall elect a Methodist student member of the 
Wesley Foundation of each campus minister who received over one-half his salary for the 
Wesley Foundation. The District Superintendent shall preside at this election. 

19. ELECTION OF YOUTH DELEGATES: The District Council on Youth Ministries shall 
nominate a delegate and reserve delegate in the youth category (18 years of age or younger 
on the opening date of the Annual Conference for which they are elected) after consultation 
with the District Superintendent, local church youth groups, and pastors in that district, and 
these nominations may be made from the floor of the District Conference. 

The District Young Adult Coordinator shall nominate a delegate and reserve delegate in 
the young adult category (between the ages of 19 and 25 on the opening date of the Annual 
Conference for which they are elected) after consultation with a young adult task force 
composed of campus ministers, young adult leaders in local churches, two young adults, one 
of whom shall be a student and one a non-student, and the immediate past young adult 
delegate and reserve delegate in that district and the District Superintendent. In those 
districts where there is no young adult coordinator, the adult coordinator shall make the 
nominations in the process as stated above. These nominations shall be presented to the 
District Conference for their election. Additional nominations may be made from the floor 
of the District Conference. 

20. LAY AND MINISTERIAL MEMBERS: To equalize the lay and ministerial 
membership of the Annual Conference, as required by the amended Constitution of the 
United Methodist Church, each district shall send an equal number of lay and ministerial 
members to the Annual Conference. All ministerial members of the Annual Conference 
shall be attached to one of the districts. The District Superintendent shall determine the 
number of ministerial members in each district. If additional lay members are needed to 
equalize the number of lay members with ministerial members in any district, additional 
lay members shall be elected by the District Conference on nomination of the District Board 
of Laity; but priority shall be given to the Consecrated Diaconal Ministers in that District. 
Additional nominations may be made from the floor of the District Conference. The 
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Conference President United Methodist Men and the Conference President United 
Methodist Youth shall be counted as members of the Annual Conference from the districts 
in which they reside. 

21. LOCAL CHURCH COMMITTEE ON WILLS: Each local church shall have a 
committee of one or more members on wills, trusts and special gifts. 

22. CHANGE IN RULES: Any recommendation for Rule changes shall be presented to the 
Chairman of the Rules Committee within 10 days after the Convocation of Boards. The 
Rules Committee shall consider and make its recommendations in time to be included in the 
Pre-Conference Report. 

23. CALENDAR: In order to coordinate the calendar of the Conference and to be better 
stewards of money and time, no conference event may be held unless it has first been 
cleared through the COM Executive Committee at least six months prior to the event. The 
CCOM Executive Committee shall make necessary changes so that there will be no 
duplication of major events. Items to be calendared are programs, board meetings, 
conference events, etc. — any scheduled event which involves the Conference. In case of 
unusual circumstances a meeting could be put on the calendar by a % vote of the Executive 
Committee. 

ARTICLE VIII : Rules Of Order For Conference Sessions 

RULE 1. SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS 

Morning — Opening Prayer or Devotional Service 

Conference Business with a mid-morning recess 

Afternoon — Conference Business 

Evening — Programs as planned. 
RULE 2. ORDER OF BUSINESS: After devotional service the daily sessions of the 

Conference shall be conducted as follows : 

1 . Report of Committee on Journal of the previous meeting or meetings. 

2 . Report of Committee on Courtesies . 

3 . Reports of other standing administrative and special committees. 

4. Calendar. 

5. Miscellaneous business. 

RULE 3. AUTHORITY OF THE CHAIRMAN : The presiding Bishop, or a person designated 
by him shall be the chairman of the Annual Conference. He shall decide points of order 
raised or not raised by the members, as he deems necessary to conform to these rules of 
order; subject, in both cases, to an appeal to the Conference by any member without 
debate; except that the chairman and the appellant, in the order named here, shall each 
have five minutes for a statement in support of their respective positions. A tie vote in the 
case of appeal shall sustain the chair. When any member raises a point of order he shall 
cite, by number, the rule he adjudges to have been violated. The presiding Bishop shall 
have the right to recess a session of the Annual Conference at any time at his discretion 
and to reconvene at such time as he shall announce, with only delegates, authorized 
personnel and authorized guests permitted to attend such a session following recess. 

RULE 4. CALLING THE CONFERENCE TO ORDER: When the chairman stands in his 
place and calls the Conference to order, no member shall speak, address the chair, or 
stand, while the chairman stands. 

RULE 5. ATTENDANCE AND SEATING RESERVES: No member, unless hindered by 
sickness or otherwise from being present, shall absent himself from the sessions of the 
Conference without permission of the Conference; and all absentees shall be reported to 
the Chairman. 

RULE 6. DIRECTIONS FOR SECURING THE FLOOR: When a delegate desires to speak 
to the Conference, he shall arise at his designated seat, respectfully address the 
presiding officer, using the term, "Mr. Chairman," and after recognition, proceed to a 
speaker's platform and announce the Church or Charge which he represents; which, in 
turn, the Chairman shall then announce to the Conference. 

RULE 7. INTERRUPTING THE SPEAKER: No member who has the floor may be 
interrupted except for a breach of order, or a misrepresentation, or to direct the 
attention of the Conference to the fact that the time has arrived for a special order, or to 



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raise a very urgent question of high privilege. 

RULE 8. SPEAKING MORE THAN ONCE; LENGTH OF SPEECH: No member shall 
speak a second time on the same question if any member who has not spoken desires the 
floor, no more than twice on the same subject under the same motion, no longer than ten 
minutes unless his time shall be extended by the Conference. This ten minute limit may 
be reduced by a majority vote of the Conference at any time, and for any period duration. 

RULE 9. QUESTION OF HIGH PRIVILEGE : A member claiming the floor at any time for 
what he believes is a very urgent question of high privilege shall be allowed to indicate 
briefly the nature of the question and if it be adjudged by the chair to be such, he may 
proceed at his pleasure or until the chairman judges that he has exhausted his privilege. 

RULE 10. VOTING AREA OF CONFERENCE: Only delegates within the area of the 
Conference when the vote is taken shall be entitled to vote. All delegates within the area 
at the time a question is put shall vote, except such as shall have been excused for special 
reasons by the Conference. 

RULE 11. VOTING PROCEDURES: Voting shall be by a show of hands unless otherwise 
ordered by the Conference. An "aye" or "nay" vote, if taken, shall be by signed ballot. 
An "aye" and "nay" vote by secret ballot may be ordered on call of any member, 
supported by one-third (1/3) of the members present and voting. A count vote may be 
ordered on call of any member supported by one-third (1/3) of the members present and 
voting, in which case the delegates shall rise from their seats and stand until counted. 

No other business shall be in order when a vote is being taken or when the previous 
question has been called, until the process is completed, except such as relates to the 
vote itself, or that which can be appropriately fitted into the time while waiting for the 
report of the secretaries on a count vote, or an "aye" or "nay" vote. The count shall be 
made by the Committee of Tellers. 

RULE 12. DIVISION OF QUESTION: Before a vote is taken any delegate shall have the 
right to call for a division of any question, if it is subject to such division as he indicates. 
If no delegate objects, the division shall be made; but if there is objection, the chair shall 
put the question of division to vote, not waiting for a second. 

RULE 13. VOTE BY ORDER: The ministerial and lay delegates shall deliberate as one 
body; but upon a call, by motion of any delegate, seconded by another delegate of the 
same order and supported by one-third (1/3) of the members of that order voting, the 
ministerial and lay delegates shall vote separately. But when the Conference votes by 
orders, no measure shall be passed without the concurrence of a majority of both classes 
of delegates. In cases of such a vote the order calling for it shall vote first; provided, 
however, that the Conference may not vote by orders on a proposed amendment to the 
Constitution. Discipline (pp. 64-66) 

RULE 14. MOTION FOR ADOPTION OF REPORTS AND RESOLUTIONS UNNECES- 
SARY: Whenever a report of a committee signed by the chairman and secretary thereof, 
shall be presented to the Conference for its action, it shall be deemed in proper order for 
consideration by the Conference without the formality of a motion to adopt,. and a second 
thereto. 

RULE 15. REQUIRED FORMS FOR REPORTS, RESOLUTIONS, MOTIONS, AND 
AMENDMENTS: All resolutions and committee reports shall be presented in triplicate; 
and, when requested by the secretary, motions, including amendments, shall be 
presented in writing. 

RULE 16. ALTERATIONS OF MOTIONS, ETC. : When a motion is made and seconded, or a 
resolution is introduced and seconded, or a committee report is read, it shall be deemed 
to be in possession of the Conference, and may not be altered except by action of the 
Conference. 

RULE 17. UNDEBATABLE MOTIONS: The following motions shall be acted upon without 
debate: 

1. To adjourn, when unqualified, except to adjourn the Conference finally. 

2. To suspend the rules. 

3. To lay on the table. 

4. To take from the table. 

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6. To reconsider a non-debatable motion. 

7. To limit or extend the limits of debate. 

8. To call for the orders of the day. 

RULE 18. RIGHTS OF THE MAIN QUESTION: The main question may be opened to 
debate under the following motions : to adopt, to amend, to commit or refer, to substitute, 
to postpone, and to reconsider. No new motion, resolution, or subject shall be entertained 
until the one under consideration shall have been disposed of. The foregoing does not 
apply to secondary motions if otherwise allowable in the existing parliamentary 
situation. 

RULE 19. PRECEDENCE OF SECONDARY MOTIONS : If any one or more of the following 
motions shall be made when one or more other motions are pending, the order of their 
precedence in relation to one another shall be the same as the order of their listing 
below: 

1. To fix the time to which the Conference shall adjourn. (This motion is subject of 
amendment, or it may be laid on the table. ) 

2. To adjourn. 

3. To take recess. 

4. To order the previous question. 

5. To lay on the table. 

6. To limit or extend the limits of debate. 

7. To postpone to a given time. 

8. To commit or refer. 

9. To amend or to substitute (one amendment being allowed to an amendment. ) 
10. To postpone indefinitely. 

RULE 20. TABLING RELATED MOTIONS: No motion which adheres to another motion, or 
has another motion adhering to it, can be laid on the table by itself. Such motions, if laid 
on the table, carry with them the motions to which they respectively adhere, or which 
adhere to them. 

RULE 21. REFERRING REPORTS, ETC: It shall be in order for the Conference to refer to 
a committee a section or a part of a report or resolution which is before the Conference 
for consideration, or any amendment offered thereto. 

RULE 22. PROCEDURE FOR CONSIDERATION OF SUBSTITUTES: When a resolution 
or committee report is properly before the Conference for consideration and action, even 
if amendments thereto are pending, a substitute therefore may be offered by any 
member moving that the same be substituted for the report or resolution under 
consideration. The Conference shall then proceed first to perfect the original report or 
resolution, including consideration and action upon any amendments which may be 
offered to it. The same perfecting process shall then be followed with respect to the 
substitute. The question shall then be put first on the motion to substitute, followed by the 
motion to adopt the report or resolution; provided, however, that the motion for the 
previous question shall not be in order on the adoption of the report or recommendation 
or on making the proposed substitution until opportunity has been given for at least two 
(2) members to speak on each side of the question of substitution or adoption. 

RULE 23. PREVIOUS QUESTION: When any member moves the previous question (that 
is, that the vote be now taken on the motion or motions pending) , he shall indicate to what 
he intends it to apply, if any secondary motion or motions are also pending. If he does not 
so indicate, it shall be regarded as applying only to the immediately pending question. 
This motion shall be taken without debate, and shall require a two-thirds .(2/3) vote of 
those present and voting for its adoption; and if it is accepted, the vote shall be taken on 
the motion or motions to which it applies without further debate. 

RULE 24. MOTION AFTER SPEECH: It shall not be in order for a member immediately 
after discussing a pending question, and before relinquishing the floor, to make a motion 
whose adoption would limit or stop debate. 

RULE 25. EXCEPTIONS TO MAJORITY VOTE: A majority of those voting, a quorum 
being present, shall decide all questions with the following exceptions : 
1. One-third (1/3) of those present and voting shall suffice to sustain a call for a count 
vote in case the decision of the chair is doubted. A tie vote sustains the chair. 



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2. A call for a vote by orders shall prevail if sustained by one-third ( 1/3) of the members 
of the order from which the call came, present and voting. 

3. A two-thirds (2/3) vote shall be required to sustain a motion to suspend or amend the 
rules; to sustain a motion for the previous question; to set aside a special order; to 
consider a special order before the time set therefor; to sustain the request of the 
Committee on Courtesies and Privileges for the presentation of any person on the 
final day of the Annual Conference. 

RULE 26. RECONSIDERATION: A motion to reconsider an action of the Conference shall 
be in order at any time if offered by a member who voted with the prevailing side. If the 
motion it is proposed to reconsider is non-debatable, the motion to reconsider may not be 
debated. 

RULE 27. CALENDARS, REGULAR AND NON-CONCURRENCE : The Secretary shall 
keep a chronological record of orders of the day and of reports of committees, which 
record shall be called the Calendar; and the matter of business placed on it shall be 
considered as recommended by the Committee on Agenda (the Cabinet) to the 
Conference, unless by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Conference an item is taken up out of 
its order. 

When committee presents a report on a given subject, as part of its report, it must also 
list the numbers of all petitions relating to this subject on which the committee voted non- 
concurrence. 

RULE 28. MOTION TO ADJOURN IN ORDER EXCEPT: The motion to adjourn when 
unqualified, shall be taken without debate, and shall always be in order, except : 

1 . When a delegate has the floor. 

2. When a question is actually put, or a vote is being taken, and before it is finally 
decided. 

3. When the previous question has been ordered and action thereunder is pending. 

4. When a motion to adjourn has been lost, and no business or debate has intervened. 

5. When the motion to fix the time to which the Conference shall adjourn is pending. 

The foregoing does not apply to a motion for final adjournment of the Conference. 

RULE 29. SPEAKERS FOR AND AGAINST: When the report of a subject is under 
consideration, it shall be the duty of the presiding officer to ascertain, when he 
recognizes a member of the Conference, on which side he proposes to speak ; and he shall 
not assign the floor to any member proposing to speak on the same side of the pending 
question as the speaker immediately preceding if any member desire to speak on the 
other side thereof. 

Except for undebatable motions, no motion shall be adopted or question relating to the 
same decided without opportunity having been given for at least two speeches for and 
two against the said proposal, provided that right is claimed before the chairman or duly 
authorized member representing the committee's report or the minority report, if there 
be such, is presented to close the debate. 

When all have spoken who desire to do so, or when (and after) the previous question 
has been ordered, the chairman or/and duly authorized member or members presenting 
a committee's report (and a minority report if there be one) shall be entitled to speak 
before the vote is taken. 

This right of the chairman and/or other member or members to close the debate shall 
prevail in like manner to a limit of five minutes when a vote is about to be taken on a 
motion to amend, to substitute, to postpone, to refer, or to lay on the table or any other 
motion whose adoption would vitally affect the report under consideration; provided, 
that this five minute limit shall not apply to a motion to substitute a minority report for a 
regular (majority) report of a committee. 

RULE 30. EFFECTIVE DATE: All actions of the Annual Conference everywhere shall 
become effective upon the final adjournment of the session of the Annual Conference at 
which they are enacted, unless otherwise specified, except as provided otherwise in the 
Discipline. 

RULE 31. SUSPENSION OF RULES: The operation of any of the provisions of these Rules 
of Order may be suspended at any time by a two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Conference. 



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RULE 32. AMENDING RULES: These Rules of Order may be amended or changed by a 
two-thirds (2/3) vote of the Conference; provided the proposed change or amendment 
has originated in the Committee on the Rules, or has been presented to the Conference in 
writing and referred to this committee, which committee shall report thereon not later 
than the following day. 

RULE 33. ROBERT'S RULES OF ORDER, SUPPLEMENTAL AUTHORITY: In any 
parliamentary situation not clearly covered by these Rules of Order, the Annual 
Conference shall be governed by the current edition of Robert's Rules of Order. 

B. Lay Members Of The Conference 

Alexandria District 

James Arnold, Terry Bacon, Jane Baker, Ruth Barden, F. N. Boddie, Jim Bowman, Mrs. 
Tom Brooks, Tom Brooks, Mrs. Fred Campbell, Nancy Carruth, Mae Etta Castain, Mrs. W. 
L. Constant, Edward Corley, Mrs. Vincent Crawley, Estelle Dameron, E. H. Farr, Doris 
Hall, William Harris, J. E. Hines, Jr., Malinda Irving, Jane Jeffress, Daisy Jones, Mrs. 
Warren Josephson, Willie Joseph, Lucille Kellogg, Lucy Law, Ellis Lott, Robert Martin, 
Ray Mcintosh, Georgia Mcintosh, Miram Nugent, Julius Patrick, Charles Riddle III, 
Christine Rone, Linda Singer, Omer Strong, Paul Taylor, Mrs. Robert Taylor, Marie 
Thibadeaux, Burton Weaver, Reba Wheat, Olan Wilkerson, Doris Williams. 

Baton Rouge-Hammond District 

Marielouise Alexander, W. W. Allen, H. Armwood, Richard Baker, Mary S. Banks, 
Bythelia Beauchamp, Mrs. H. C. Blount, Jr., Earnest Brooks, W. H. Brumfield, Jr., Bill 
Calloway, Ray Caraway, D. D. Chapman, Sr., Mrs. Harris Copenhaver, Maude Daniel, Ray 
Davis, Mabel DeLaune, Ross Downing, Juliett Dunn, Barbara Einsel, Ola Fisher, Sara 
Fugler, Bob Hamilton, Victor Hancock, Clifford Holland, Albertha Houston, Warren 
Humphreys, Asa Lee Jones, Eudora Kent, Harry Lerch, Josephine Lowery, W. T. Matheny, 
Tom Matheny, Bill McElroy, Carolyn McElveen, Jessie Meades, Sidney Montegudo, Glyn 
Morgan, Roger Moser, Julia Moses, Debbie Mosher, Rube Newman, C. F. Record, Jr., A. 
W. Reed, Junius Sapp, Pleasant Sibley, Jr., Donna Sibley, Bill Smith, L. 0. Snuggs, 
Clarence Spangler, Alice Spillman, Louis Stirling, Ann Sutton, M. E. Taylor, Bennie 
Thomas, Mrs. Julien Tillery, Inez Townsend, Charles Watts, Allie Bayne Webb, Debbie 
Westall. 

Baton Rouge-Lafayette District 

Alma Briggs, Ken Bruce, Leroy Brumfield, Bob Croom, Jones S. Davis, Wade Davis, Jr., 
Marjorie DeJean, Sarah Foster, Keith Freeman, Antonia George, W. D. Gibbs, Arthur V. 
Giron, Jr., Gertrude Giron, Morris Guillotte, Fran Hall, Jack J. Harelson, Olivia G. Harris, 
Frank Hunter, Esther Hurd, Joyce N. Johnson, Georgia L. Jones, Mike Joseph, Maude 
Joseph, A. E. Kimball, Nan Kirby, Lillie M. Lee, Gordon LeDoux, Mary L. Lockley, 
Elizabeth McGowan, Fred Neal, Eileen Neher, Leon Netterville, Jack Paris, Berlin 
Perkins, III, T. 0. Perry, Verges Pierre, Ardessie Prophet, Donald Shelmire, Verna M. 
Sias, Hazel Smith, Treta Stott, Mable Tippit, Betty Tripp, John W. Trotter, Bill Winchester. 

Lake Charles District 

Ivan Baker, Marion Benson, Eugene Broussard, J. 0. Burns, Ed Cloutman, George 
Cockerham, Mary Adele Compton, Howard Daugereaux, W. R. Dixon, Laura Donald, Icma 
Estes, Jewel Gant, Joseph Gordon, Emmitt Grace, Harold Heath, Cecil Hightower, H. L. 
Hoffpauir, Warren Hoffpauir, Linda Hoffpauir, Shirley Hoffpauir, Harris Johnson, Al 
Johnason, Jerry Jones, Floyd Kimball, Orval McMillan, Walter Miller, John Morrish, 
Harry Nehls, Keith Nelson, Frank Notestine, Mrs. Eddie Oakley, Lamar Oliver, John 
Peacock, Charles Precht, Sr., Bill Scammahorn, Naomi Schumacher, Wallace Stroud, Mrs. 
Harold Thibodeaux, Joys R. Waters, Kathryn Williams, Fred Williams, Fern Worthington, 
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Monroe District 

Trudie Bedenbender, Girault Bird, W. L. Browder, J. M. Clawson, Terry Clingan, W. D. 
Cotton, H. B. Cru thirds, Reba Cummings, Lum Day, Joey DeLoach, Doyle DeMasterson, 
Tom Dolph, L. V. Frith, Fred Fulton, III, Barbara Garcia, Joaquin Garcia, Edwin 
Guchereau, Ruth Gulley, Paul Hammond, Ar. R. Head, Charles Holley, Ralph Holloway, 
Robert Holt, William K. Hunt, Mike John, Jr., Floyd Johnston, Ed Justice, Dave Justice, 
Wenonah Lafferty, Lindy Lingo, Sokie Mangum, Mark Moates, James W. Moore, Jr., Bob 
Newcomer, Mildred Nolan, Malcolm Patterson, B. B. Randall, J. W. Randall, Walter 
Roach, Beulah Robinson, Ardelia Scott, King Scott, J. R. Sewell, Doris R. Sheppard, Minta 
Speir, Evelyn Swihart, Dwain Tharpe, Jack Warren, R. M. Watson, George Williamson, 
Sadie Williams. 

New Orleans-Houma District 
Homer Abel, Virginia Anderson, Ernest Arnold, Virginia Aswell, Don Aswell, Dorothy 
Barker, Manny P. Barrios, Alan Bartlett, Mrs. Alan Bartlett, Timothy Blakeman, J. 
Vernita Booker, Richard Bright, Wayne Brossette, Lou Byrd, Malcolm Byrd, Kim Caldwell, 
Clarence Callais, Jim Clark, Norma Close, James Coit, Leroy Crump, Walter Dabney, 
Wadsworth Davis, David Ethridge, Avis Ferguson, Theresa Fielder, Barbara Fraley, 
George Geoffroy, Lena Grant, Lorene Hall, Maude P. Harris, Dick Hartig, Donald Hebert, 
Dwight Huff, James T. Johnson, Sr., Rose Johnson, Helen B. Johnson, Hideo Koike, P. L. 
Latuso, Sr., Linda Martin, Victor Martin, John B. Murdock, Margaret T. Norris, Alton 
Obee, Joseph Pellerin, Calvin Percy, Vicky Percy, Samuel Poplus, Wybra Price, Larry 
Ramsey, Mrs. I. Reed, Sue Rice, Bee Rogers, Caesar Small, John Smith, Louis Smith, 
Augustine St. Cyr, Roy Thomas, Don Ward, Ethel Washington, George Wien, Leona 
Woodard. 

New Orleans-Slidell District 

Derrick Archie, Leonard Avery, Barney Babin, Richard Beckham, Rosalie Black, C. W. 
Bradshaw, Jacqueline Brumfield, Manuella Burks, Willietta Burris, Mrs. James Burris, 
Lucinda Bynum, Gordon Campbell, Buddy Canulette, Walter Christensen, Ken Chriss, Mrs. 
Walter Christensen, Lorraine Clay, Joe Cobb, Mrs. Earl Cobb, Mr. Murray Cunningham, 
Carol Edler, Marian Eggerton, Ann Eyer, Alvin D. Fields, Bessie Fussell, Deborah George, 
Isaiah Harris, Edward Harris, W. H. Henderson, Ora P. Hicks, Caroll Hoffpauir, Joe 
Howes, Dorothy Jackson, Samuel Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Matt Kawasaki, Franklin Kemp, 
Al Lambert, William Matheny, Robert McLaurin, Terri Morris, Lear Navard, Billy Nelson, 
Willie Packer, Tony Patterson, Willie Porter, Val Redman, John Richardson, Arthur 
Robertson, Sr., Yolanda Robertson, Isabel Sabel, W. W. Shaw, Peter Sorant, Ruth Ann 
Threadgill, Dorothy Turner, Truman Ward, Amy Ward, Lubertha Weary, Jerry Wilde, 
Dena Wood, Yvonne Young. 

Ruston District 

Billie Adams, Ethel Allen, Mrs. Clyde Averett, Mrs. Fred Barr, Billie Basinger, Carroll 
Brashier, J. D. Brown, Roy Bryan, Elbert Buckner, Frank Busch, Charleen Carrier, P. D. 
Cox, Merrell Cox, Thomas Crosby, R. E. Crowe, Terrel DeVille, Mrs. Wayne Fallin, Mrs. 
Felix Garrett, Mrs. Susan Giddens, Mrs. Agnes Grafton, Gary Green, Bobby Greer, Ed 
Gulley, Eloise Haymon, Rita Holley, Sybil Holtzclaw, Jimmy Ray Johnson, Blanche Jones, 
James D. Kelly, Sybil Kemper, Wilber Lewis, Marian Lowrey, Dan Madden, Mrs. H. L. 
McKenzie, Freda Moore, Joe Morgan, Ray Morgan, Mary Poole, Harry Preaus, Nell Read, 
Walter Savage, Jacie Scott, Phillip B. Self, Herman Smith, Arthur Sprecht, Don Wallace, 
Joe Williams, LaNese Wilson. 

Shreveport District 

Bill Allison, Thelma Ashton, Francis V. Barnett, Bea Bearden, Cecil E. Bland Jr., Eloise 
Butler, Pauline Cassel, Mrs. James Cathey, Beth Chandler, Gretchen Claiborne, Grantham 



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Couch, Dorothy Crow, H. T. Davis, Lucille Denison, Adeline Durham, Margaret Durham, 
Mrs. R. W. Ellis, Mrs. Wayne Givens, Mary Glay, Dorothy Hall, W. F. Hartline, Rosemary 
Heald, Lauri Humphreys, Will Jackson, Mrs. Willie Jackson, Mrs. Walter Jacobs, Nick 
Jones, Orlean Jowers, Lee Kinkade Jr., Mary Ann Lawler, Clifford Lee, Edna Lester, 
Elizabeth Lowrey, Nora Mahaffey, Keith Mason, Earl Mclnnis, Gerry K. Miller, Larry 
Miller, Bob Moseley, Sydney B. Nelson, George Perot, Vernon Pringle, June Register, 
George Saunders, Ollie Selby, Linda Shepherd, Evelyn Shirey, Mrs. W. L. Simons, Elma 
Sims, Florence Sistrunk, Isaac Smith, Dudley V. Snoth, Kyle Tilley, Mrs. Talmage Vance, 
Donald E. Walter, Joe Walton, Burton Weekley, B. Welch, Jesse Wells, Lee Arthur 
Williams, George Wright, Harold Wright, Robert Ybos. 



Minister 



C. Salary And Other Compensation 

Paid Persons In Special Appointments 

Charge Dist. 



Income 



Webb, Donald A. 
Blount, Forest N. 
Babington, Thomas 
Larche, Lucien P. 

Koelemay, John B. 

Durham, Floyd M. 

Fraser, Wm. 
Williams, J. W. 

Rowland, Robert G. 
Henry, Willie L. 

Friedrich, Roland 

Snelling, Clarence, Jr. 
Wilson, James 

Nash, Roy B. 

Christie, James E. 

Jacocks, Wm.M. 
Worthy, Walter C. 
Allen, Dan R. 

Durbin, Paul G. 

Stovall, James L. 

Fuller, Clarence G. 

Williams, Douglas, Jr. 

Pittman, William 
Pomeroy, Webb 



President, Cent. Coll. 

Military Chap., US Army 

Military Chap., Vet. Hosp. 

Military Chaplain, U.S. Air 

Force 

Chaplain, Pendleton 

Memorial Meth. Hosp. 
Chaplain, Vet. Hosp., 
Shreveport 
Meth. Home Hosp. 
V.A. Medical Center, 
Albuquerque 
Chap., US Navy 
Military Chaplain, U. S. 
Army 
Chap., Cent. La. St. Hosp- 

MacArthur Dr. 
Iliff Sch Theo. /Denver 
N.L.U. Camp. Min. - Oak 
Ridge 

Mem. Med. Ctr./ 
Springfield, 111. 
GBGM, Fin. & Field Sev. 
Dir. 

Wes Ch-SLU Wesl. Found. 
Chaplain, ELSH 
Cha., Desert Samaritan 
Hosp. 

Assoc. Chap, Pendleton 
Mem. Hosp. 

Director, La. Interchurch 
Conf. 

Rehab. Tech/Chap. Alco 
Dep Pro, VA Hosp. 
Meth. Child. Home Chap. & 
Dir/Developm. 
Texas Dept. of Corrections 
T.L. James Prof, of Rel. 
Cent. Coll. 



09 
05 
03 


52,500 
42,500 
41,700 


05 


38,592 


07 


35,000 


09 
06 


33,897 
33,440 


07 
04 


31,212 
30,660 


07 
01 


30,660 
30,300 


06 


29,952 


05 


29,900 


06 


29,500 


08 
02 
02 


28,487 
26,619 
26,292 


09 


25,350 


07 


24,300 


02 


23,760 


07 


23,566 


08 
07 


23,000 
22,464 



09 



22,330 



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185 



Minister 
Pickett, Henry 

Stokes, Wm.M., Jr. 
Weber, Theo. R. 
Petty, Benjamin 
Fogle, Joe E. 

Wagener, Robt. J. 
Pregeant, W. Russell 

Ross, R. Don 
Behling, Richard 

Griffin, Bertrand 
Wilkes, James M. 
Scott, Herbert M. 
Winn, CarolS. 
Emler, Donald 

McDowell, Donald K. 

Townsend, Robt. 

Taylor, Robt. Ed 

Sloane, Bentiey 
Carlson, Cathy 
Daniels, Charles L. 
Ellzey, Howard 
Norris, Leslie P. 
Willson, William G. 



Charge 

Chaplain, B. R. General 

Hosp. 

Wes. Fou., Tech-Ansley 

Cand. Sch. Theo. /Atlanta 

SMU/Asst. Prof. 

Dir. Child Care Serv., 

Juliette Fowler Ho. 

Tulane Wesley 

Assoc. Prof. Rel. & Phil., 

Curry Coll. 

Wesley Found., USL 

Chaplain, Lafayette Gen. 

Hosp. 

Chaplain, Dixon Corr. Inst. 

Istrouma Meth. Camp 

Dir. CSC Prog., Cent. Coll. 

Wesley Campus Ministry 

Assoc. Prof, of Christ. 

Educ, Cent. Coll. 

Dir. of Church Rel., Cent. 

Coll. 

N.L.U. Camp. Min-Coll. 

Ave. 

Chap/Chm., Dept. of Rel., 

Cent. Coll. 

CSC Prog., Cent. Coll. 

Ex. Dir., Creat. Min., Assoc. 

Campus Minister, Southern 

Chap., Birchwood Campus 

Chaplain, Dillard Univ. 

Military Chaplain, U. S. 

Navy 



Dist. 



Income 



02 


22,310 


08 


22,000 


06 


21,420 


06 


21,200 


07 


21,000 


06 


20,600 


02 


20,223 


03 


20,125 


03 


19,600 


03 


18,571 


02 


18,000 


09 


17,585 


07 


17,300 


09 


15,400 


09 


14,408 


01 


6,700 


09 


5,400 


09 


4,200 


05 


3,480 


03 





03 


25,000 


07 






04 







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IX. Pastoral Records 



These records have been compiled by the Conference Board of Pensions, and they have 
made every effort to make them as accurate as possible. If you have any questions about 
anything on these charts, you should contact Donald J. Hall. Questions about years of 
service or needed corrections in the service record should be directed to Charles B. 
Simmons. 
Explanation of Abbreviations : 

RM = Retired Member; RAM = Retired Associate Member; RLP = Retired Local 
Pastor; LOA = Leave of Absence; DisL = Disability Leave; Eff = Effective Member; PM 
= Probationary Member; AM = Associate Member; and FTLP = Full Time Local Pastor. 



Minister Rel. 

Aamodt, August E Eff. 

Adams, James L Eff. 

Ailor, James W RM 

Alfred, George M AM 

Allen, DanR Eff. 

Allen, Reuel H RM 

Alverson, Don W Eff. 

Andres, George D. Jr FTLP 

Andrews, Christopher . . . Eff. 

Arnold, Tracy R Eff. 

August, Terrance S Eff. 

August, WilbertC Eff. 

Augustine, Louis FTLP 

Avant, Nathan T FTLP 

Averette, Clyde W Eff. 

Avery, Donald R Eff. 

Babington, Thomas M. . . Eff. 

Bailes, Homer V AM 

Baker, Arthur M Eff. 

Baker, Hugh L. Jr Eff. 

Barabin, Walter RAM 

Bares, Weldon Eff. 

Barham, W. Carl RM 

Baringer, John F RM 

Barksdale, Edwin J Eff. 

Barrie, Donald FTLP 

Barron, Claude E Eff. 

Bearden, Steven D Eff. 

Beasley, James L RM 

Beck, Leo L AM 

Beckham, R. 0. Ill LOA 

Beeler, Thomas C. FTLP 

Behling,KibbieE Eff. 

Behling, Richard 0. II . . . LOA 

Beird, Sherman L Eff. 

Bell, Burnell FTLP 

Bell, Clark W RM 

Benge,MarkB PM 

Bengtson, Robert W Eff. 













Trans. 


Re- 


Conf. 


Pro. 


F.C. 


Deac. 


Elder 


to La. 


tired 


N.W. Tex . 


. 1952 


1959 


1952 


1959 


1979 


— 


Miss 


. 1955 


1959 


1955 


1959 


1958 


— 


La 


. 1941 


1943 


1942 


1943 


1968 


1980 


La 






1962 


1964 






La 


. 1975 


1978 


1975 


1978 






Miss 


. 1951 


1953 


1959 


1958 


1954 


1980 


La. ..:... 


. 1949 


1951 


1948 


1950 






La 






1973 








La 


. 1970 


1974 


1970 


1974 






La 


. 1953 


1955 


1953 


1955 






La 


. 1975 


1978 


1975 


1978 






La 


1948 


1951 


1951 
1970 


1954 






La 




1970 




1970 


1969 


— 


S. N. Eng. 


. 1969 


1972 


1969 


1972 


1971 


— 


La 


. 1957 


1961 


1958 


1961 






La 






1971 








La 


. 1951 


1955 


1954 


1955 






La 


. 1949 


1951 


1951 


1952 






La 






1956 


1958 




1977 


La 


. 1978 


1981 


1978 


1981 






La 


. 1941 


1943 


1943 


1945 




1970 


La 


. 1961 


1964 


1961 


1964 




1976 


Miss 


1942 


1946 


1942 
1970 


1942 


1946 


— ■ 


S. Car. . . . 


. 1966 


1969 


1966 


1969 


1975 





La 


. 1979 




1979 








La 


. 1938 


1938 




1931 


BPT 


1969 


L. Rock . . 


, 




1965 


1967 


1969 


— 


La 


1976 




1976 








La 


. 1980 


1982 


1980 


1982 




% 


La 


. 1977 


1982 


1977 


1982 






Detroit . . . 


. 1952 


1960 


1952 
1972 


1960 


1975 


^^~ 


Memphis . 


. 1942 


1945 


1945 


1947 


1946 


1971 


La 


. 1980 




1980 








La 


. 1950 


1952 


1952 


1953 







LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 187 



Minister Rel. Conf. 

Bergeron, Tommy R Eff. La 

Berry, Edward L RAM La 

Bevill, Lillard R Eff. La 

Bevill, Woodrow W RM Miss.. . . 

Billings, David PM La 

Blackwood, Wallace P. . . Eff. N. Miss. 

Blair, Burton F Eff. Miss.. . . 

Blakely, G. Eldred RM L.R. . . . 

Blakely, William C Eff. La 

Blakeman, H. Warren . . . Eff. La 

Blount, Forest N. Jr Eff. Miss.. . . 

Blount, Henry C. Jr Eff. Miss.. . . 

Boddie, W. D Eff. La 

Bodie, Luther A RM MP.... 

Boggs, Leon A PM La 

Bond, Beverly E Eff. La 

Bowdon, J. Henry Jr Eff. La 

Bowie, William Taf t RAM 

Boyd, T. Edward Eff. La 

Braden, John M Eff. La 

Brannen, Carolyn P PM La 

Branton, L. Ray Eff. La 

Branton, R. R f RM La 

Brown, Freida M PM La 

Brown, Joe, Jr FTLP 

Brown, Robert N FTLP 

Brown, Tillman A RM MP 

Burgess, Robert L Eff. La 

Burlew, George J RAM La 

Butler, Max R RM 

Cady, Manasseh C Eff. La 

Cain, A. Jerome RM La 

Cain, Douglas L Eff. La 

Calvin, George W. C Eff. La 

Calvin, Richard W RM La 

Campbell, Alonzo J Eff. La 

Campbell, Fred W RAM La 

Cansler, H. P RLP La 

Caraway, James J Eff. La 

Caraway, Steven W Eff. La 

Caraway, Stone W Eff. La 

Carithers, Rose P RLP La 

Carlson, Cathy S Eff. La 

Carroll, Kenneth M Eff. La 

Carroll, Paul C. Jr PM La 

Carroll, Paul C. Sr Eff. La 

Carruth, Angus L Eff. La 

Carter, Eddie RAM 

Carter, Paul W Eff. Va 

Carter, Robert C RM S. Ga. . . 

Carter, Robert E Eff. La 

Carter, Stephen P PM La 

Casey, John H Eff. La 

Cassels, Wm. Paul RAM La 

Childs, Howard B Eff. L. Rock 











Trans. 


Re- 


'ro. 


F.C. 


Deac. 


Elder 


to La. 


tired 


1961 


1963 


1961 
1942 


1963 

1944 






1961 


1963 


1961 


1963 






1953 


1955 


1955 


1957 


1960 


1982 


1979 




1979 








1956 


1958 


1958 


1961 


1961 


— 


1968 


1970 


1968 


1970 


1974 


— 


1940 


1942 


1942 


1944 


1951 


1978 


1956 


1959 


1957 


1959 






1956 


1959 


1958 


1959 






1958 


1961 


1958 


1961 


1960 


— 


1951 


1955 


1954 


1955 


1953 


— 


1941 


1943 


1942 


1943 






1927 


1933 




1933 




1971 


1981 




1981 








1942 


1946 


1942 


1943 






1950 


1954 


1950 


1954 










1951 


1960 




1980 


1978 


1981 


1973 


1981 






1964 


1966 


1964 


1966 


1977 


— 


1979 




1979 








1955 


1959 


1955 


1959 






1930 


1932 


1932 


1934 




1965 


1981 




1981 








1936 


1938 




1938 




1973 


1970 


1973 


1970 


1973 










(52) 


(54) 




1973 




1951 




1951 


1951 


1980 


1952 


1955 


1953 


1955 






1934 


1936 


1936 


1938 




1980 


1974 


1977 


1974 


1977 






1963 


1965 


1963 


1965 






1933 


1935 


1933 


1935 




1972 


1973 


1976 


1973 


1976 










(57) 


(59) 
1963 




1976 
1976 


1949 


1951 


1950 


1951 






1972 


1975 


1972 


1975 






1955 


1958 


1955 


1958 










(45) 


(55) 




1968 


1976 


1979 


1976 


1979 






1974 


1978 


1974 


1978 






1980 




1980 








1959 


1961 


1960 


1961 






1949 


1952 


1952 


1953 




1979 


1965 


1967 


1959 


1961 


1966 


— 


1938 


1941 


1941 


1942 


1949 


1979 


1958 


1960 


(54) 


(56) 






1981 




1981 








1964 


1971 


1964 


1971 










(51) 


(59) 




1976 


1954 


1957 


1956 


1957 


1980 


— 



188 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



Minister Rel. 

Chlastak, Franklin J PM 

Christie, James E Eff. 

Christopher, 0. W RM 

Church, Percell FTLP 

Clark, ClydeS RM 

Clark,KathyA PM 

Coker, John C. Sr Eff. 

Coles, Rupert D Eff. 

Collins, Albert A RM 

Comer, James F Eff. 

Conerly,AbeM RM 

Constable, James E Eff. 

Coody,ArbyW RM 

Cook, Gary FTLP 

Cooke, Jack Eff. 

Cooke, R. Leonard RM 

Coppage, Louis M. Jr. . . . Eff. 

Corie, Finas P AM 

Corley,J.David Eff. 

Corley, Marvin H RM 

Corry, George H RM 

Cotten, C. J. T RM 

Cotton-Winn, Carole Eff. 

Cottrill, Donald C Eff. 

Crammer, Heaton B RM 

Crichlow, Robert B. Sr. . . Eff. 

Crofoot, Raymond M. . . . Eff. 

Crosby, Tom Eff. 

Culligan,L.P PM 

Cunningham, Geo. B Eff. 

Cupples, John T. Jr FTLP 

Daigle,JayV FTLP 

Dampier, S. Burl RM 

Daniels, Nathan Eff. 

Dauphin, Ronald D PM 

Dauphin, Ron PM 

Davidson, James S AM 

Davis, Abraham E Eff. 

Davis, Douglas L LOA 

Davis, Wm. G. Sr AM 

Dawson, Dana Jr DisL 

Dean, Garland C. Jr Eff. 

Dear, Willis W Eff. 

Deen, Daniel R RM 

DeLaughter, Raymond . . Eff. 

Dickens, Van PM 

Dilworth, J. Edwin Eff. 

Douglas, Andrew J Eff. 

Douglas, Luman E RM 

Downs, John M Eff. 

Downs, John M PM 

Drash-Carroll, Deborah . PM 

Duerson, Geo. A Eff. 

Duke,CalvinS PM 

Dunbar, Thomas A Eff. 













Trans. 


Re- 


Conf. 


Pro. 


F.C. 


Deac. 


Elder 


to La. 


tired 


La 


. . 1977 




1977 








LR 


. . 1945 


1947 


1947 


1949 


1949 


— 


La 


1943 


1945 


1942 


1945 




1978 


Mo 


. . 1935 


1937 


1935 


1937 


1962 


1980 


La 


. . 1977 


1981 


1977 


1981 






La 


. . 1965 


1967 


1965 


1967 






C. Tex. . . 


. . 1952 


1955 


1952 


1955 






La 


. . 1933 


1935 


1935 


1937 




1976 


N. Miss. . 


. . 1976 


1978 


1967 


1978 


1981 


— 


La 


. . 1956 


1958 


(54) 


1956 




1981 


La 


. . 1969 


1971 


(59) 


(64) 






La 


1939 


1942 


1942 


1945 




1980 


La 


. 1941 


1943 


1942 


1942 






Rk. Riv. . 


. . 1940 


1942 


1942 


1942 


1942 


1978 


La 


. . 1954 


1956 


1954 


1956 


1954 


— 


La 






1950 


1951 






La 


. . 1959 


1963 


1961 


1963 






La 


. . 1939 


1945 


1945 


1947 




1971 


La 


. . 1925 


1927 


1927 


1932 




1961 


MP 


. . 1930 


1933 




1933 




1965 


La 


. . 1970 


1972 


1970 


1972 






Tenn. . . . 


. . 1969 


1972 


1969 


1972 


1971 


— 


La 


. . 1940 


1944 


(44) 


(61) 




1981 


La 


. . 1942 


1944 


(41) 


1944 






La 


. . 1961 


1964 


1952 


1954 






Miss 


. . 1951 


1953 


1951 


1953 


1956 


— 


La 


. . 1977 




1977 








La 


1960 


1962 


1960 
1971 


1962 






La 


. . 1950 


1952 


1952 


1954 




1981 


La 


. . 1967 


1969 


1967 


1969 






La 


. . 1980 




1980 








La 


. . 1980 




1980 








La 






1967 








La 


. . 1958 


1961 


1959 


1961 






La 


. . 1970 


1973 


1970 


1973 






La 






1977 








La 


. . 1942 


1944 


1942 


1944 






La 


. . 1945 


1949 


1949 


1950 






La 


. . 1966 


1970 


1966 


1970 






La 


. . 1964 


1966 


1952 


1954 




1974 


S.W. Tx. . 


. . 1962 


1963 


1962 


1963 


1975 


— 


La 


. . 1978 




1978 








La 


. . 1966 


1974 


1966 


1974 






La 


. . 1971 


1979 


1971 


1979 






La 


. . 1935 


1937 


1937 


1939 




1975 


La 


. . 1976 


1980 


1976 


1980 






La 


. . 1976 


1980 


1976 


1980 






La 


. . 1982 




1982 








NYE 

La 


1959 
. . 1979 


1962 


1959 
1979 


1962 


1959 


~— 


La 


. . 1971 


1974 


1971 


1974 







LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 189 



Minister Rel. 

Durbin, B. Paul RM 

Durbin,PaulG Eff. 

Durham, Floyd M RM 

Dykes, D.L.Jr Eff. 

Eaker, Robert C RLP 

Edwards, Conrad P Eff. 

Edwards, Oakley E Eff. 

Einsel,AlanD Eff. 

Elliott, Gary L PM 

Ellzey, Howard D Eff. 

Emanuel, Samuel P RM 

Emler, Donald G Eff. 

Ennis, Ameal D RM 

Eubanks,Wm.I Eff. 

Evans, A. Wayne Eff. 

Evans, James Eff. 

Evans, Lawrence T PM 

Fairley, J. Vernon Eff. 

Felder, M. David ... RM 

Feske, Millicient C LOA 

Fike, Charles E RM 

Finnell, M. Eugene Eff. 

Finnin, William M. Sr. . . . RM 

Fisher, Kenneth M Eff. 

Fleming, Stephen C Eff. 

Fleming, Stephen C PM 

Flowers, Ira W RM 

Flowers, C. Wayne PM 

Floyd, Chas. L. Jr Eff. 

Flurry, Fred S RM 

Fogle, Joseph E Eff. 

Foreman, Douglas R. . . . Eff. 

Foreman, Lloyd A LOA 

Foreman, Glynn FTLP 

Forman, Brady B Eff. 

Franklin, Adam AM 

Fraser,Wm.P Eff. 

Frazier, Clyde C Eff. 

Friedrich, Roland K Eff. 

Fulkerson, Maurice D. . . RM 

Fuller, Clarence G Eff. 

Gage, Henry Eff. 

Gaines, Kelso RM 

Galatas, Robert I Eff. 

Galloway, Benedict A. . . . Eff. 

Garrett, James T RM 

Garrett, Roy L Eff. 

Gilbert, Lawrence RM 

Giles, John H.Jr Eff. 

Ginn,DewittM Eff. 

Goldman, Major M Eff. 

Graham, James A Eff. 

Grambling, James B. . . . RM 

Grant, R.Roy RAM La 

Griffin, Bertrand Eff. 













Trans. 


Re- 


Conf. 


Pro. 


F.C. 


Deac. 


Elder 


to La. 


tired 


MP ... . 


. . . 1930 


1932 




1934 




1967 


La 


. . . 1959 


1962 


1960 


1962 






N. Tx. . . 


. . . 1945 


1950 


1949 


1950 


1950 


1982 


La 


1943 


1945 


1944 


1945 




1976 


La 


. . . 1955 


1958 


1955 


1958 






La 


. . . 1954 


1956 


1954 


1954 






Kan. W. 


. . . 1968 


1970 


1968 


1970 


1976 


— 


La 


. . . 1982 




1982 








Miss 


. . . 1953 


1956 


1953 


1956 


1956 


— 


Miss.. . . 


. . . 1942 


1944 


1944 


1946 


1946 


1980 


Mo. W. . 


. . . 1961 


1963 


1961 


1963 


1977 


— 


La 


. . . 1976 


1980 


1961 


1980 




1980 


La 


. . . 1957 


1962 


1958 


1962 






La. .... 


. . . 1973 


1980 


1973 


1980 






La 


. . . 1956 


1959 


1957 


1959 






La 


. . . 1977 




1977 








La 


. . . 1959 


1962 


1961 


1962 






La 


. . . 1942 


1944 


1944 


1946 




1979 


La 


. . . 1979 


1981 


1979 


1981 






N. Tx. . . 


. . . 1941 


1942 






1968 


1979 


La 


. . . 1971 


1974 


1971 


1974 






La 


. . . 1963 


1965 


(59) 


(61) 




1979 


La 


. . . 1971 


1974 


1971 


1974 






La 


. . . 1976 


1980 


1976 


1980 






La 


. . . 1976 




1976 








La 


. . . 1928 


1930 


1930 


1932 




1969 


Tx 










1981 


— 


La 


. . . 1971 


1974 


1971 


1974 






La 


. . . 1938 


1940 


1940 


1942 




1978 


La 


. . . 1960 


1962 


1961 


1962 






La 


. . . 1976 


1980 


1976 


1980 






La 


1950 


1954 


1950 


1954 


1958 


— 


La 


. . . 1951 


1953 


1952 


1953 






La 






1959 


(61) 






Tenn. . . 


. . . 1942 


1943 


1943 


1943 


1948 


— 


Fla 


. . . 1946 


1948 


1947 


1947 


1948 


— 


La 


. . . 1951 


1953 


1953 


1955 






La 


. . . 1936 


1938 


1938 


1940 




1978 


La 


. . . 1962 


1964 


1962 


1964 






La 


. . . 1963 


1965 


1963 


1965 






La 


. . . 1931 


1935 


1929 


1935 




1954 


La 


. . . 1953 


1957 


1954 


1957 






La 


. . . 1941 


1943 


1943 


1945 






MP ... . 


. . . 1934 


1937 




1937 




1957 


La 


. . . 1954 


1957 


1954 


1957 






La 


. . . 1952 


1957 


1953 


1957 




1975 


Fla 


. . . 1968 


1971 


1968 


1971 


1975 


— 


La 


. . . 1969 


1970 


1969 


1970 






La 


. . . 1967 


1970 


1964 


1970 






La 


. . . 1968 


1971 


1971 


1971 






La 


. . . 1923 


1926 


1926 


1928 




1960 


La 






(51) 


(53) 




1975 


La 


. . . 1962 


1964 


1962 


1964 







190 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



Minister Rel. 

Grove, Daniel M PM 

Hall, Blackmon RM 

Hall, Donald J Eff. 

Hamilton, J. D. V Eff. 

Hammond, Ester L Eff. 

Handy, W. T. Sr RM 

Harbuck, Geo. W RM 

Harper, Jolly B RM 

Harrington, H. A. Jr Eff. 

Harrington, Robert F. . . . Eff. 

Harris, James T RM 

Harris, Robert M RAM 

Harry, Richard H Eff. 

Haynes, L. L. Jr Eff. 

Hearn, J. W Eff. 

Hebert, Richard C Eff. 

Henderson, Freddie Eff. 

Henderson, Kathy H Eff. 

Henkel, C. Ed Eff. 

Henry, Willie L Eff. 

Herr, Cleveland B. Jr. . . . Eff. 

Hilbun, Jerry G Eff. 

Hillard, Clarence L Eff. 

Hodges, A. S. Jr Eff. 

Hodges, James E RM 

Hoffpauir, C. Richard . . . Eff. 

Holland, Albert FTLP 

Holley, Bonnie R RM 

Holt, Melvin Ray Eff. 

Hood, Boyd FTLP 

Hood, Boyd AM 

Hoover, Joe A Eff. 

Hotalen, W. Earl RM 

House, Edwin H. Jr Eff. 

Howell, H. C RAM 

Howe, Thomas L., Jr. ... PM 

Howes, Ted T RM 

Humphreys, Chas. B Eff. 

Humphreys, Jas. H Eff. 

Hurley, Albert S RM 

Irving, Sidney E DisL 

Jackson, Moses T. Sr. ... Eff. 

Jacocks, Wm. M Eff. 

James, Jerry M Eff. 

Jefferson, Julius M PM 

Jennings, Lee C RAM 

Johns, H. L RM 

Johns, John R Eff. 

Jones, James A RM 

Jones, James W Eff. 

Jones, Lael S Eff. 

Jones, Russell Eff. 

Jones, William L. Sr Eff. 

Jordan, Clinton A FTLP 

Joyner, Lea Travis Eff. 













Trans. 


Re- 


Conf. 


Pro. 


F.C. 


Deac. 


Elder 


to La. 


tired 


La 


. 1981 




1973 








La 


. 1943 


1945 


1940 


1943 




1969 


La 


. 1961 


1963 


(61) 


1963 






La. ...... 


. 1958 


1961 


1958 


1961 






La 


. 1977 


1981 


1977 


1981 






S.Cal 




1922 


1920 


1922 


1932 


1966 


Tx 


. 1939 


1942 


1941 


1945 


1945 


1982 


La 


. 1931 


1933 


1933 


1935 




1974 


La 


. 1963 


1967 


1963 


1967 






Tx 


. 1937 


1939 


1937 


1939 


1947 


— 


La 


1926 


1928 


1928 
1942 


1930 
1948 




1971 
1980 


La 


. 1954 


1956 


1956 


1958 






E.Tx 


. 1940 


1948 


1940 


1948 


1960 


— 


La 


. 1952 


1955 


1953 


1955 






La 


. 1970 


1973 


1970 


1973 






La 


. 1968 


1970 


1968 


1970 






La 


. 1978 


1981 


1978 


1981 






La 


. 1952 


1955 


1953 


1955 






La 


. 1970 


1973 


1970 


1973 






La 


. 1974 


1977 


1974 


1977 






Memphis . 


. 






1982 






La 


. 1977 


1979 


1977 


1979 






La 


. 1971 


1975 


1971 


1975 






La 


. 1960 


1962 


1960 


1962 




1978 


La 


1957 


1961 


1958 


1961 






La 


. 1964 


1967 


1964 


1967 




1981 


M. Phil. . . 


. 1959 


1961 


1959 


1961 


1973 


— 


La 






1977 








La 


. 1977 




1977 








Fla 


. 1972 


1975 


1972 


1975 


1975 


— 


Hols 


. 1916 


1920 


1920 


1942 


1950 


1964 


La 


. 1958 


1962 


1960 


1962 






La 






(63) 


(65) 




1976 


Sw. Tx. . . . 








1982 






La 


. 1936 


1938 


1938 


1940 




1975 


S. Ga 


. 1961 


1963 


1961 


1963 


1963 


— 


S. Ga 


. 1961 


1963 


1961 


1963 


1963 


— 


NYE 


. 1930 


1932 


1930 


1932 


1943 


1974 


La 


. 1972 


1976 


1972 


1976 






La 


. 1958 


1961 


1958 


1961 






La 


. 1955 


1958 


1955 


1958 






S. Car. . . . 


. 1973 


1977 


1974 


1977 


1976 


— 


La 


. 1981 




1981 








La 






1962 


1964 




1976 


La 


. 1921 


1923 


1923 


1925 




1965 


La 


. 1960 


1963 


1960 


1963 






MP 


. 1927 


1933 




1933 




4964 


La 


. 1963 


1965 


1963 


1965 






Miss 


. 1946 


1948 


1948 


1952 


1950 


— 


La 


. 1971 


1976 


1971 


1976 






La 


1967 


1969 


1967 
1973 


1969 






MP 


. 1939 


1939 




1939 







LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



191 



Minister Rel. 

Kilbourne, Kent A Eff . 

Kimble, EldridgeE AM 

Koelemay, John B Eff. 

Krumnow, C. B RM 

Lafayette, Willie R AM 

Lancaster, Thomas M. . . RM 

Langford, Charles R PM 

Langford, Chas. R Eff. 

Lankford, Frank C RM 

Lapuyade, Calvin Eff. 

Larche, LucienE Eff. 

Latham, Roger D Eff. 

Lavo,John FTLP 

Law, Ashley T RM 

Lawson, Timothy E Eff. 

Lawton, Bobby L Eff. 

Layman, Brenda T Eff. 

Lee, John M Eff. 

Lee, Oakley RM 

Lilly, Sale T Eff. 

Logan, J. Thomas Eff. 

London, Wm. R. Jr Eff. 

Longfellow, Harold W AM 

Love, Ira A RM 

Lowe,TerralT Eff. 

Lueg,CarlF.Sr RM 

Lynch, W. 0. Jr Eff. 

Lyons, Denver D Eff. 

Maddin, J. Lawrence .... Eff. 

Malone, I. Elmer Eff. 

Marcel, Lionel J AM 

Martin, B. Joseph. . . RM 

Martin, Carey A RM 

Martin, E.J Eff. 

Martin, Mark R Eff. 

Matthews, J. W. Jr RM 

Mayo, S. Alvin PM 

Mayo, Wm. F Eff. 

McClain, Joe W Eff. 

McConnell, Theresa LOA 

McCoy, Isaiah L RAM 

McCutcheon, Wm. M. . . . Eff. 

McDowell, Donald K Eff. 

McElroy, TalmadgeE. . . 

McGowen, Dorothy M. . . Eff. 

McGuire, Douglas L Eff. 

McKeithen, J. Pierce RM 

McLaurin, Michael D Eff. 

McLelland, James R. . . . Eff. 

McVay, George A AM 

Mead, Fred A RM 

Means, Jerry A Eff. 

Meek, Richard R Eff. 

Meier, Mark W Eff. 

Melbert, Nathaniel P. . . . RM 













Trans. 


Re- 


Conf. 


Pro. 


F.C. 


Deac. 


Elder 


to La. 


tired 


La 


1972 


1974 


1972 


1974 






S.W. Tx. . 


.. 1940 


1942 


1942 


1945 


1942 


— 


ME 


. . 1934 


1936 


1936 


1939 




1981 


La 






1959 


(61) 






La 


. . 1949 


1951 


1949 


1951 




1981 


La 


.. 1977 




1977 








La 


. . 1977 


1980 


1977 


1980 






La 


. . 1958 


1960 


(54) 


(56) 




1973 


La 


. . 1959 


1961 


1959 


1961 






La 


. . 1953 


1956 


1953 


1956 






La 


1972 


1975 


1972 


1975 






N. Miss. . 


. . 1927 


1929 


1929 


1931 


1927 


1960 


La 


.. 1974 


1978 


1974 


1978 






La 


. . 1952 


1955 


1954 


1955 






Fla 


. . 1975 


1979 


1975 


1979 


1978 


— 


La 


.. 1966 


1968 


(61) 


(63) 






Ky 


. . 1929 


1933 


1933 


1935 


1938 


1969 


La 


. . 1952 


1955 


1954 


1955 


1966 


— 


La 


. . 1978 


1981 


1978 


1981 






La 


. . 1941 


1943 


1941 


1945 


1951 


— 


Va 






(58) 


(60) 


1964 


— 


MP 


. . 1926 


1928 




1928 


1947 


1969 


La 


. . 1956 


1960 


1959 


1961 






La 


. . 1932 


1934 


1934 


1936 




1978 


Al-W. Fl. 


. . 1958 


1961 


1959 


1961 


1959 


— 


Miss 


. . 1965 


1969 


1965 


1969 


1974 


— 


S.W. Tx. . 


.. 1966 


1971 


1966 


1971 


1974 


— 


La 


.. 1969 


1971 


(67) 


1971 






La 






1971 








N. Ind. . . 


. . 1935 


1937 


1937 


1939 


1965 


1978 


La 


.. 1962 


1964 


1962 


1964 




1982 


Tx 


. . 1973 


1978 


1973 


1978 


1975 


— 


La 


. . 1977 


1979 


1977 


1979 






Tenn. . . . 


. . 1938 


1940 


1940 


1941 


1941 


1978 


La 


.. 1969 




(65) 








La 


. . 1945 


1947 


1945 


1947 






La 


. . 1961 


1963 


1961 


1963 


1967 


— 


La 


1976 


1981 


1976 
1959 


1981 
1961 




1980 


Fla 


.. 1965 


1968 


1965 


1968 


1967 


— 


La 


.. 1972 


1975 


1972 


1975 






AME.... 


. . 1930 


1932 


1930 


1932 


1932 


1977 


La 


.. 1973 


1976 


1973 


1976 






Maine . . . 


.. 1944 


1947 


1944 


1944 


1944 


— 


MP 


. . 1936 


1938 




1938 




1976 


La 


. . 1975 


1977 


1975 


1977 






N. Tx. . . . 


.. 1972 


1974 


1972 


1974 


1973 


— 


La 






(60) 


(65) 






La 


. . 1953 


1955 


1953 


1957 


1950 


1979 


NC 


. . 1956 


1960 


1956 


1960 


1956 


— 


La 


.. 1958 


1962 


1958 


1962 






N.Dak.. . 


.. 1970 


1973 


1970 


1973 


1979 


— 


Tex 


. . 1917 


1919 


1919 


1921 


1941 


1960 



192 LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



Minister Rel. 

Merrill, Lynn W Eff. 

Merrill, Merlin W Eff. 

Messer, Glendon R Eff. 

Midyett, Jack H RM 

Milem, Lewis E DisL 

Miles, James C RLP 

Miller, Robert R Eff. 

Miller, Willian J Eff. 

Miller, Larry G Eff. 

Milo, Howard L Eff. 

Milton, Willie D RM 

Milton, Wm. Spiller Eff. 

Mims, Cecil C AM 

Mitchell, James W PM 

Moch, A. L. M RLP 

Moore, James W Eff. 

Moreland, Byrl J Eff. 

Morgan, Donald R Eff. 

Morgan, Eddie E Eff. 

Morgan, J. P Eff. 

Morris, Virgil D RM 

Morris, Lewis M. Jr LOA 

Mouser, Roy E Eff. 

Murray, Robert S RAM La 

Myers, Allen E RLP 

Nance, Lester N Eff. 

Nash, Roy B Eff. 

Nichols, Randall K Eff. 

Nolan, Wm.E Eff. 

Norris, Alfred L Eff. 

Norris, Leslie P Eff. 

O'Dell, Jack M Eff. 

O'Dell, Larry D Eff. 

Oldham, John R AM 

Olmsted, Lewis L Eff. 

Paine, Marshall C FTLP 

Parks, Wm.E Eff. 

Patton, Isaac A RM 

Pearce, George F. Jr. ... RM 

Peeples, Wm. D Eff. 

Perrott, T. Wayne Eff. 

Perry, Nathaniel P RM 

Peterson, Robert W AM 

Petty, Benjamin A Eff. 

Peyton, Robert L Eff. 

Pickens, Edward Eff. 

Pickett, Henry E. Sr Eff. 

Pinkard, Collins D RM 

Pittman, Wm. R Eff. 

Pledger, William F RM 

Ploegsma, Helen PM 

Poledore, J. Miller RLP 

Pollar, Alfred Eff. 

Pomeroy, Webb D Eff. 

Poole, Daniel W RM 













Trans. 


Re- 


Conf. 


Pro. 


F.C. 


Deac. 


Elder 


to La. 


tired 


La 


. 1973 


1975 


1973 


1975 






N. Tx 


. 1943 


1945 


1943 


1945 


1947 


— 


La 


. 1951 


1953 


1952 


1953 






La 


. 1933 


1935 


1935 


1937 




1975 


W.Va 






(58) 


(60) 


1964 


1982 


N. Tx 


. 1948 


1950 


1948 


1950 


1949 


— 


La 


. 1977 


1979 


1963 


1979 


1968 


— 


La 


. 1977 


1981 


1977 


1981 






La 


. 1963 


1965 


1963 


1967 






La 


. 1929 


1931 


1931 


1933 




1965 


L. Rock. . . 


. 1962 


1967 


1962 


1967 


1967 


— 


La 






(57) 


(59) 






La 


1982 




1982 
1956 




1956 


1970 


Memphis 


1960 


1963 


1961 


1963 


1972 


— 


La 


. 1951 


1953 


1953 


1954 






La 


. 1977 


1981 


1977 


1981 






La 


. 1957 


1961 


1957 


1961 


1977 


— 


La 


. 1969 


1973 


1969 


1973 






L. Rock. . . 


. 1928 


1931 


1931 


1933 


1921 


1973 


La 


. 1981 




1981 








N. Tx 


. 1946 


1948 


1946 


1948 


1948 


— 


La 






1958 


1960 
1961 


1961 


1978 
1973 


N. Ark. . . . 


. 1963 


1970 


1969 


1970 


1969 


— 


Ohio 


. 1963 


1966 




1966 


1965 


— 


La 


. 1974 


1977 


1974 


1977 






La 


. 1955 


1958 


1956 


1958 






La 


. 1961 


1963 


1961 


1963 






La 


. 1962 


1964 


1962 


1964 






La 


. 1979 


1982 


1979 


1982 






La 


. 1975 




1975 








La 














La 


1978 


1981 


1978 
(60) 


1981 






La 


. 1976 


1979 


1971 


1979 






La 


. 1951 


1953 


1952 


1953 




1982 


La 


. 1939 


1941 


1941 


1942 




1982 


La. 


. 1964 


1967 


1964 


1967 






Miss 


. 1949 


1951 


1949 


1951 


1956 


— 


W. Pa. ... 


. 1940 


1942 


1940 


1942 


1964 


1979 


La 










1977 


— 


La 


. 1943 


1944 


1945 


1947 






Miss 


. 1943 


1945 


1943 


1945 


1953 


— 


La 


. 1961 


1963 


1961 


1963 






La 


. 1965 


1967 


1965 


1967 






N. Ala. . . . 


. 1938 


1947 


1947 


1952 


1947 


1978 


Penins 


. 1965 


1968 


1965 


1968 


1977 


» ^~ 


Guijarat. . 




1938 


1938 


1938 


1966 


1975 


La 


. 1978 




1978 














1963 


1966 


1968 


1972 


Ga 


. 1953 


1955 


1952 


1955 


1969 


— 


La 


. 1945 


1947 


1946 


1946 






La 


. 1927 


1929 


1929 


1931 




1973 





Trans. 


Re- 


Elder 


to La. 


tired 


1954 






1966 


1974 


— 


1958 






1963 






1971 






1942 


1942 


1979 


1972 


1974 


— 


1954 


1972 


— 


1935 


1946 


1973 


1968 


1976 


— 


1948 




1977 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 193 



Minister Rel. Conf. Pro. F.C. Deac. 

Poole, James M Eff . La 1951 1954 1952 

Poss, Asa R AM L. Rock 

Potter, Robert L Eff. La 1954 1958 1954 

Pregeant, Wm. R Eff. La 1960 1963 1960 

Pyles, JimmieD Eff. La 1969 1971 (60) 

Quaid, Cleburne W RM W. Okla. ... 1941 1943 1941 

Ramsey, W. Dwight Eff. S.W.Tx.... 1971 1972 1971 

Reed, Kenneth R Eff. C. Tx 1952 1954 1953 

Reid, William J RM Okla 1931 1933 1933 

Rhoads, Carl E. Ill Eff. Memphis.. 1966 1968 1966 

Rhyan, Henry J RAM La 1943 

Richardson, C. Gerald. . . Eff. La 1978 1982 1978 

Richardson, James A. . . . LOA La 1974 1982 1974 1982 

Richardson, Linn C PM La 1979 1979 

Risinger, Donald M RM C. Tex 1935 1937 1937 

Robertson, Larry D Eff. La 1959 1961 1959 

Robertson, Minns S Eff. La 1936 1938 1938 

Robinson, Ira M Eff. La 1956 1958 1956 

Robinson, Joe H RM L. Rock. . . . 1942 1944 1944 

Rogers, Jay R LOA La 1976 1976 

Rorie, Kenneth G Eff. St. Louis... 1947 1949 1948 

Ross, Robert D Eff. La 1976 1976 

Rountree, Joe L AM La 1973 

Rowell, Wm. A. Jr Eff. La 1967 1972 1967 

Rowland, Robert G Eff. La 1972 1975 1972 

Sadler, John PM La 1982 1982 

Sanfiel-Gonzales, Juan . . FTLP Cuba 1946 1949 1949 

Sayes, John RAM La (57) 

Scarf, JohnE Eff. La 1972 1974 

Schwendimann,FredW.. RM L.Rock... 1939 1941 1941 

Scott, Herbert M Eff. Miss 1964 1966 1964 

Scott-Welch, J. R Eff. La 1974 1980 1974 

Seals, S. W Eff. N. Tx 1970 1972 1970 

Sewell,JohnH RM La. 1941 1943 1942 

Sewell, John H. Jr Eff. La 1974 1977 1974 

Shaw, Clyde T RM La 1942 1944 1944 

Shaw, L. Grafton RLP La (51) 

Shaw, Wm. B RM MP 1939 1945 1945 

Shearer, John B RM Miss 1925 1927 1927 

Sherman, George H. Jr. . Eff. La 1962 1966 1962 

Shirley, Fred O Eff. N. Ga 1951 1953 1953 

Sibley, LonnieB Eff. L. Rock . . . 1957 1959 1957 

Sibley, P. W RLP La (54) 

Simmons, Chas. B Eff. La 1972 1976 1972 

Simmons, W. Odell Eff. La 1963 1965 1963 

Sirman, William V RM La 1949 1952 1951 

Sloane, Bentley RM La 1933 1935 1935 

Small, Caesar D RM La 1930 1932 1930 

Smith, Bernard AM La 1953 

Smith, Herbert Austin . . . AM La 1978 

Smith, James A RAM La 1945 

Smith, Theodore J RM La 1954 1956 1954 

Smith, Woodrow W Eff. Tx 1951 1954 1952 

Snelling, Clarence H Eff. La 1947 1949 1948 

Solomon, JoeD FTLP 1977 



1939 


1939 


1975 


1961 






1940 






1958 






1946 


1953 


1975 


1949 


1949 


— 


1972 






1975 






1950 


1979 





(59) 




1982 


1972 






1943 




1979 


1966 


1978 


— 


1980 






1972 


1980 


— 


1942 




1979 


1977 






1946 




1976 


(53) 




1967 


1947 




1980 


1929 


1947 


1969 


1966 






1954 


1954 


— 


1959 


1961 


— 


(64) 




1967 


1976 






1965 






1952 




1979 


1937 




1973 


1932 




1967 


1955 






1959 




1974 


1956 




1980 


1954 


1977 


— 


1949 







194 LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



Minister Rel. 

Southall, Obie J FTLP 

Spiller,RayR Eff. 

Spinks,OtisW RM 

Spitzkeit, James W Eff. 

Spur lock, Steven M Eff. 

Squyres, Rex RM 

Stafford, R. Larry Eff. 

Stage, Frank M. Jr RM 

Standley, Theo S Eff. 

Stapleton, Oliver C RM 

Stegall, William G RAM La 

Stewart, Henry L RM 

Stokes, Wm. M. Jr Eff. 

Stout, NedL Eff. 

Stovall, James L Eff. 

Streams, Louis L LOA 

Stringfield, Mickey D. . . . Eff. 

Strozier, J. David AM 

Sylvest, Edwin W. Sr. ... RM 

Tatum,EskelL RM 

Taylor, A. G RM 

Taylor, J. Roddy Eff. 

Taylor, Luther W Eff. 

Taylor, Robert E Eff. 

Taylor, Robert S RM 

Taylor, William C LOA 

Terry, ByrdL Eff. 

Thomas, Edward R RM 

Thomas, George L Eff. 

Thompson, L. Deen Eff. 

Tohline, Daniel W Eff. 

Tooke,KarlB RM 

Townsend, Robert FTLP 

Townsend, Robert E Eff. 

Transpers, Roger L Eff. 

Trickett, David G Eff. 

Trickett, James A Eff. 

Van Hoosen, Jerry PM 

Van Horn, Gary L Eff. 

Vining, John L Eff. 

Vining, Kirby A Eff. 

Wade, Gilbert H. Jr Eff. 

Wade, Leland Dewitt Eff. 

Wagener, Robert J Eff. 

Walker, M. Roily Eff. 

Walker, Samuel W Eff. 

Walton, Richard E RM 

Warren, HulenC Eff. 

Warren, Ramon PM 

Washington, Charles Eff. 

Watson, Grayson B Eff. 

Webb, Donald A Eff. 

Weber, Theodore R Eff. 

Wendt, W. R RM 

Wesley, Marshall AM 













Trans. 


Re- 


Conf. 


Pro. 


F.C. 


Deac. 


Elder 


to La. 


tired 


La 


. 1964 


1968 


1964 


1968 






La 


. 1928 


1934 


1934 


1936 




1966 


i-id. ...... 


. 1946 


1949 


1946 


1948 






La 


. 1977 


1980 


1973 


1980 






MP 


. 1935 


1938 




1938 




1973 


La 


. 1970 


1975 


1970 


1975 






N. Ark. . . . 


. 1945 


1947 


1946 


1947 


1954 


1981 


N. Miss. . . 


. 1973 


1975 


1973 


1975 


1975 


— 


N.W. Tex. 


. 1928 


1930 


1930 


1932 


1943 


1947 


La 






(54) 


(56) 




1975 


La 


. 1960 


1965 


1956 


1958 




1976 


Miss 


. 1949 


1951 


1950 


1951 


1957 


— 


La 


. 1943 


1945 


1944 


1945 






La 


. 1943 


1946 


1944 


1944 






La 


. 1963 


1966 


1963 


1966 






La 


. 1970 


1973 


1970 


1973 






La 






(64) 


(66) 






La 


. 1941 


1941 








1962 


La 


. 1941 


1943 


1942 


1943 




1980 


La 


. 1940 


1943 


1943 


1944 




1980 


La 


. 1971 


1975 


1971 


1975 






La 


. 1953 


1955 


1952 


1955 






La 


. 1952 


1955 


1953 


1955 






La 


. 1931 


1934 


1934 


1935 




1973 


La 


. 1977 




1977 








La 


. 1959 


1961 


1961 


1962 






NES 


. 1945 


1947 


1946 


1947 


1948 


1982 


La 


. 1960 


1971 


1960 


1971 






La 


. 1962 


1965 


1962 


1965 






La 


. 1951 


1960 


1952 


1960 






La 


1937 


1939 


1939 


1941 




1972 


La 


. 1969 


1972 


1969 


1972 






Miss.. 


. 1951 


1953 


1948 


1953 


1952 


— 


La 


. 1972 


1981 


1972 


1981 






La 


. 1972 


1975 


1971 


1975 






La 


. 1981 




1981 








La 


. 1969 


1971 


1969 


1971 






S. Ga 


. 1972 


1975 


1972 


1975 


1979 


— 


La 


. 1953 


1955 


1954 


1956 






La 


. 1962 


1964 


1962 


1964 






N.W. Ind. . 


. 1964 


1968 


1964 


1968 


1968 


— 


W. NY. . . . 


. 1974 


1977 


1974 


1977 


1979 


— 


La 


. 1977 


1980 


1977 


1980 






La 


. 1949 


1951 


1951 


1953 






ME 


. 1934 


1937 


1937 


1939 




1976 


La 


. 1975 


1979 


1975 


1979 






La 


. 1982 




1982 






* 


La 


. 1976 


1980 


1976 


1980 






La 


. 1962 


1964 


1962 


1964 






W. Ohio . . 


. 1961 


1963 


1961 


1963 


1977 


— 


La 


. 1947 


1950 


1949 


1950 






ME 


. 1922 


1924 


1924 


1926 




1963 


La 






1958 


1960 







LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 195 



Minister Rel. 

Wesley, PaulL PM 

Wesley, Velma Ruth .... FTL1 

Wethers, Carl T RM 

White, Clarence B RM 

Whitley, John G PM 

Wideman, Fred B Eff . 

Wilkes, J. Monroe AM 

Williams, Douglas T. J. . . Eff. 

Williams, J. W Eff. 

Williams, John N Eff. 

Williams, Marie P LOA 

Williams, Robert Eff. 

Williams, Nathaniel RM 

Williamson, Harvey G. . . Eff. 

Williamson, Stephen Eff. 

Willis, Terry C Eff. 

Willis, Wm.H PM 

Willson, William G Eff. 

Wilson, James E Eff. 

Wilson, James W RM 

Wilson, L. Gray RM 

Wilson, Thomas A AM 

Wimberly, Lorris M LOA 

Winegeart, Jack S Eff. 

Wineinger, Donald E. .. . RM 

Winn, Carol Susan Eff. 

Winn, John M. Jr Eff. 

Woodland, J. P. Jr Eff. 

Woodward, James R Eff. 

Worthy, Walter C Eff. 

York, George D RM 













Trans. 


Re- 


Conf. 


Pro. 


F.C. 


Deac. 


Elder 


to La. 


tired 


La 


.. 1978 




(68) 








La 














La 


. . 1930 


1933 


1930 


1933 




1972 


La 


. . 1927 


1929 


1929 


1931 




1964 


La 


.. 1980 




1980 








La 


.. 1976 


1980 


1976 


1980 






La 






1978 








La 


1970 


1975 


1970 


1975 






La 


.. 1972 


1976 


1972 


1976 






Fla 


. . 1973 


1976 


1973 


1976 


1973 


— 


La 


.. 1964 


1966 


1964 


1966 






La 


. . 1951 


1953 


1951 


1953 




1982 


C. Tx 


. . 1945 


1947 


1946 


1947 


1950 


— 


La 


. . 1979 


1981 


1979 


1981 






La 


. . 1971 


1975 


1969 


1975 






La 


.. 1980 




1980 








R. Mt. . . . 


. . 1955 


1958 




1958 


1958 


— 


Ky 


. . 1961 


1964 


1961 


1964 


1969 


— 


La 


. . 1951 


1953 


1940 


1945 




1980 


LR 


. . 1949 


1952 






1953 


1976 


La 






1968 








La 


. . 1969 


1972 


1969 


1972 






N. Ark. . . 


. . 1952 


1954 


1952 


1954 


1954 


— 


La 


. . 1941 


1941 


1941 


1942 




1979 


La 


. . 1976 


1979 


1976 


1979 






La 


. . 1953 


1955 


1953 


1955 






La 


. . 1951 


1955 


1952 


1955 






Tx 


. . 1949 


1951 


1949 


1951 


1981 


— 


La 


. . 1960 


1963 




1960 






N. Miss. . 


. . 1936 


1938 


1938 


1940 


1944 


1976 



196 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



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3. Received from other United Methodist Churches 

4. Received from other Denominations 

5 . Removed by Charge Conference Action or Withdrawn . . 

6. Removed by transfer to other United Methodist 

Churches 

7. Removed by transfer to other Denominations 

8. Removed by Death 

9. Total Members at close of this year 

10. Average Attendance at principal weekly Worship 

Service(s) 51,376 51,642 

BAPTISMS 

11. Number of Persons Baptized this year 

12. Preparatory Members now on roll 

13. Number of Persons on Constituency roll 

14. Total enrolled in Confirmation classes this year 

CHURCH SCHOOL 

15. Number of Leaders 

16. Children (Birth through Sixth Grade) 

17. Youth 

18. Adults 

19. Total Church School Membership 

20. Average attendance in Sunday Church School 

21. Average attendance in On-going Classes/ 

Groups for learning 

22 . Average attendance in Short-term Classes/ 

Groups for learning 

23. Number of Church School Members Joining 

on Confession of Faith 

UNITED METHODIST MEN 

24. Membership in chartered United Methodist Men 

25. Amount paid for projects 

UNITED METHODIST WOMEN 

26. Membership in United Methodist Women 

27. Amount Paid for Local Church-Community Work 

PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 

28. Value of Church Land, Buildings & 

Equipment 

29. Value of Church-owned Parsonages & 

Furniture 

30. Value of Other Assets (Cash, 

Securities, other property) 



2,689 

21,374 

7,286 

2,029 


2,900 
21,399 

7,474 
1,992 


6,520 
16,760 

9,095 
24,417 
56,792 
28,567 


6,390 
16,573 

8,917 
24,676 
56,556 
28,238 


13,250 


12,126 


22,263 


22,622 


1,682 


1,576 


3,424 
68,866 


84,146 


13,250 
240,644 


364,834 


146,610,024 


167,200,266 


20,454,351 


24,796,603 


16,003,523 


17,394,269 



202 LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

1980 1981 

31 . Indebtedness on Items 28 , 29 , 30 at 

end of year 13,653,477 15,041,717 

32. Other Indebtedness (current expenses) 90,641 295,031 

Table II 

CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 

LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 

33. Principal-Interest Paid on Indebtedness, 

Loans, Mortgages 

34. Paid on Buildings-Improvements 

(exc. funds borrowed) 

35 . Current expenses for program ( inc . Church 

School) 

36. Other current operating expenses 

(inc. ChurchSchool) 

37. Benevolences Paid directly by local church 

MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 

38a. Pastor's Salary Set 

38b. Pastor's Salary Paid 

39a. Associate(s) Salary Set , 

39b. Associate(s) Salary Paid 

39c. Total Paid (38b -I- 39b) 

40a. Utilities paid Pastor 

40b. Utilities paid Associate(s) 

40c. TotalPaid (40a -I- 40b) 

41a. Travel Paid Pastor 

41b. Travel paid Associate(s) 

41c. TotalPaid (41a + 41b) 

43a. Pension & Benefit Funds Apportioned 

43b. Pension & Benefit Funds Paid 

44a. District Superintendent's Apportioned 

44b. District Superintendent's Fund Paid 

45a. Episcopal Fund Apportioned 

45b. Episcopal Fund Paid 

46a. Equitable Salary Fund 

46b. Equitable Salary Fund Paid 

47a. Temporary General Aid Fund Apportioned 

47b. Temporary General Aid Fund Paid 

CONNECTIONAL ADMINISTRATION FUND 

49a. Interdenominational Cooperation Fund 

Apportioned 13,519 16,894 

49b. Interdenominational Cooperation Fund 

Paid 

50a. General Administration Fund Apportioned 

50b. General Administration Fund Paid 

51a. Jurisdictional Administration Fund 

Apportioned 

51b. Jurisdictional Administration Fund Paid 

52a. Area and Conference Administration Apportioned 

52b. Area and Conference Administration Paid 



2,710,899 


2,883,473 


3,218,447 


4,541,724 


1,267,208 


1,294,129 


5,734,103 


6,537,129 


2,343,103 


2,579,666 


4,018,856 


4,342,361 


4,002,460 


4,457,779 


351,085 


373,781 


344,672 


371,156 


4,347,132 


4,828,935 


415,215 


533,412 


35,789 


49,900 


450,697 


1,184,211 


916,021 


1,008,839 


79,971 


92,007 


996,870 


1,093,936 


1,003,209 


1,052,525 


995,200 


1,039,982 


296,078 


326,521 


292,514 


325,200 


60,215 


72,067 


59,512 


71,794 


24,730 


25,259 


24,730 


25,110 


25,005 


24,962 


23,120 


23,881 



10,337 
23,042 
21,887 


14,143 
48,836 
42,314 


13,931 

13,155 

295,987 

282,450 


18,096 

17,603 

298,420 

290,056 



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53a. District Administration Funds Apportioned 
53b. District Administration Funds Paid 






CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 

WORLD SERVICE AND CONFERENCE BENEVOLENCES 

55a. World Service/Conference Benevolences 

Apportioned 

55b. World Service/Conference Benevolences Paid 

BENEVOLENCES 

56a. Ministerial Education Fund Apportioned 

56b. Ministerial Education Fund Paid 

57a. Black College Fund Apportioned 

57b. Black College Fund Paid 

58a. Missional Priorities Fund Apportioned 

58b. Missional Priorities Fund Paid 

59. Educational Priorities Fund 

60. General Advance Specials 

61. Youth Service Fund 

62a. One Great Hour of Sharing 

62b. World Communion 

62c. United Methodist StudentDay 

62d. Human Relations Day 

62e. Total (62a + 62c + 62d) 

63. Christian Education Sunday 

64. Ministers Emergency Fund 

65. Conference Advance Specials 

66. Centenary College 

67. Wesley Foundations 

68. Pension Crusade-Church 

69. Pension Crusade-Pastor 

70. Other Benevolences 

71. UMW Cash sent to Dist. and 

Conference treasurer 

72. Grand Total Paid (Lines33-71) 

DISTRICT PROPERTY 

Number of Districts 

Value of District Parsonage&rrr. 

Indebtedness on District Parsonages 

Value of Wesley Foundation Parsonages 

Indebtedness on Wesley Foundation Parsonages 

Value of Wesley Foundation Buildings 

Indebtedness on Wesley Foundation Buildings 

Value of Other District Property 

Indebtedness on Other District Property 



1980 


1981 


272,721 


313,916 


293,260 


329,651 



459,069 


534,605 


439,338 


510,711 


167,735 


194,477 


150,736 


180,541 


82,357 


92,197 


71,616 


82,329 


57,528 


72,069 


50,229 


65,569 


65,482 


69,534 


182,687 


179,863 


3,650 


7,776 


25,304 


37,367 


17,232 


19,709 


5,140 


6,352 


5,648 


7,298 


53,324 


71,086 


2,888 


3,127 


13,670 


13,233 


444,954 


495,673 


270,150 


286,336 


281,137 


299,905 


621,223 


509,880 


83,160 


81,526 


32,311 


36,213 


212,861 


249,441 


26,073,107 


29,571,376 


9 
1,100,000 




109,301 




245,000 




1,445 




2,280,000 




17,500 




2,238,605 




124,500 





204 LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 205 



Statistical 
Tables 



206 



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1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Alexandria, First 


Arnold, Tracy R. 


1698 


5 


45 


30 


3 


26 


4 


29 


1716 


420 


19 


307 


36 


15 


Horseshoe Drive 


Lee, John M. 


500 


22 


26 


15 




9 


9 


5 


540 


211 


31 


122 


30 


7 


MacArthur Drive 


Friedrich, Roland K. 


47 








1 








46 


21 


1 


10 


15 




Newman 


Campbell, Alonzo 


305 


8 


3 


5 








8 


313 


160 


10 


55 




5 


St. Mark's 


Campbell, Alonzo 


52 


1 












1 


52 


30 


2 


13 


1 


1 


Trinity 


Nichols, Randall K. 


439 


6 


1 


1 




10 




3 


434 


95 


5 


40 


6 




Pleasant Grove 


Nichols, Randall K. 


60 


1 


2 


3 






4 




62 












Wilton 


Perry, Nathaniel P. 


116 


11 












3 


124 


73 


6 


56 


6 


11 


Wesley 


Perry, Nathaniel P. 


85 


9 




1 






1 


4 


90 


65 


3 


29 


14 


10 


Ball 


Elliott, Gary 


70 




3 


1 










74 


40 










Clear Creek 


Elliott, Gary 


29 
















29 


40 


2 


2 






Springhill 


Elliott, Gary 


8 
















8 


15 










Boyce, First 


Holden, David 


86 


4 














90 


38 




6 






Lahey Chapel 


Holden, David 


18 














1 


17 


18 




2 






Sieper 


Holden, David 


12 






1 










13 


18 




2 


5 


3 


Boyce: Union 


Bowie, Taft 


68 


1 




1 








2 


68 


49 


2 


17 






Macedonia 


Bowie, Taft 


14 










4 




1 


9 


8 




3 






Bunkie: Haas Mem. 


Blackwood, Wallace 


234 




3 


1 




3 




3 


232 


80 




7 






Evergreen 


Blackwood, Wallace 


34 
















34 


15 










White's Chapel 


Blackwood, Wallace 


25 
















25 


9 










Booneville, Wesley 


Sweazie, Hurvey 


165 


39 




1 


2 




2 


3 


198 


180 


7 


31 






Marshall 


Sweazie, Hurvey 


29 














4 


25 


15 




3 






Simpson 


Sweazie, Hurvey 


47 










1 


3 


5 


38 


20 


2 


12 






St. Mark's 


Sweazie, Hurvey, Jr. 


29 












4 


7 


18 


15 










Colfax 


Boyd, Edward T. 


206 


5 


2 


2 








5 


210 


79 




25 


12 


5 


Hollins Chapel 


Boyd, Edward T. 


26 


1 




1 










28 


20 




1 






Glenmora, First 


Jordan, Clinton A. 


149 


1 












3 


147 


42 










Fellowship 


Jordan, Clinton A. 


75 


13 


5 










1 


94 


56 


5 


9 




7 


Forest Hill 


Jordan, Clinton A. 


32 










1 






31 


5 




3 






Melder 


Jordan, Clinton A. 


18 
















18 


14 




2 






Jena, Nolley Mem. 


Adams, James L. 


386 


11 


12 


8 




7 




7 


403 


175 


17 


34 


48 


8 


Belah 


Adams, James L. 


27 




1 


1 




2 






27 


20 




4 






Jonesville 


McConnell, Theresa 


184 


4 


2 


1 


1 


2 


3 


5 


180 


60 


5 


21 


45 


6 


Lecompte 


Sayes, John 


156 








20 






1 


135 


40 


2 


10 






Bayou Chicot 


Sayes, John 


22 
















22 


12 










Cheneyville 


Sayes, John 


25 
















25 


15 


1 








Marksville 


Spitzkeit, James W. 


100 




2 


1 




2 


2 


3 


96 


45 


1 


21 


22 




Oakgrove 


Spitzkeit, James W. 


130 


1 




2 










133 


44 


3 


25 


5 




Simmesport 


Spitzkeit, James W. 


49 










1 






48 


30 


1 


5 






Marthaville 


Conerly, Abe M. 


24 








1 


1 


1 


2 


19 


14 










Beulah 


Conerly, Abe M. 


49 


1 














50 


25 










Robeline 


Conerly, Abe M. 


12 












4 




8 


6 










Montgomery 


Chlastak, Frank 


79 


1 




1 








2 


79 


25 


1 


5 


2 




Mt. Zion 


Chlastak, Frank 


69 












1 


3 


65 


15 




4 






Atlanta 


Chlastak, Frank 


72 














3 


69 


17 




11 






St. Maurice 


Chlastak, Frank 


10 














1 


9 


20 




3 






Mt. Zion 


Johnson, Alex 


26 


5 




1 










32 


29 


4 


3 






Emmanuel 


Johnson, Alex 


35 


2 












1 


36 


15 




31 






Campti, St. Paul 


Johnson, Alex 


15 






5 








1 


19 


25 


5 


7 






Cheneyville, St. Paul 


Johnson, Alex 


23 














1 


22 






15 






Natchitoches, Asbury 


Washington, Charles L. 


162 


6 


2 






2 




2 


166 


70 


5 


16 


7 




Williams Chapel 


Washington, Charles L. 


22 
















22 


17 










St. Marks 


Washington, Charles L. 


13 














2 


11 


7 










College Avenue 


Townsend, Robert E. 


66 


1 




1 




2 






66 


33 


3 


11 


17 




Natchitoches, First 


Hoffpauir, C. Richard 


1006 


15 


34 


14 


2 


25 


11 


11 


1020 


378 


11 


184 


79 


9 


Oak Grove 


Horton, Ryan, Jr. 


106 














4 


102 


39 




4 






Campti 


Horton, Ryan, Jr. 


25 
















25 


12 




2 






Olla 


Williamson, Stephen B. 


136 


10 


1 


6 


3 


9 


4 


3 


134 


59 


8 


15 


49 


8 


Tullos 


Williamson, Stephen B. 


10 














1 


9 


5 






3 




Palestine 


Means, Jerry A. 


404 





7 


5 


5 


10 




2 


399 


132 


1 


33 


65 




Bethel 


Means, Jerry A. 


89 
















89 


62 




10 


45 




Pineville, First 


Baker, Hugh L. 


843 


26 


26 


5 




18 


4 


10 


868 


260 


13 


103 


3 


14 


Pollock 


Marcel, Lionel J. 


141 






2 




5 




3 


135 


65 


1 


13 


8 




Selma 


Marcel Lionel J. 


22 
















22 


15 




2 






Liberty Chapel 


Marcel, Lionel J. 


45 














1 


44 


22 




4 






Provencal 


Harper, Jolly B. 


49 


1 




1 










51 


47 


2 








Weaver 


Harper, Jolly B. 


27 


2 


2 












31 


20 


3 


3 






Trout 


Cupples, J. T. 


78 




5 




3 






1 


79 


43 


1 


2 


55 




Eden 


Cupples, J. T. 


19 














1 


18 


5 










Urania 


Cupples, J. T. 


38 




4 












42 


20 










Winnfield 


Watson, Grayson B. 


455 


7 


7 


3 




7 


4 


8 


453 


175 


8 


54 




V 7 


Couley 


Watson, Grayson B. 


37 








2 


2 




1 


32 


11 


1 


3 






District Supt. 


Mayo, Wm. F. 
































TOTAL 


9962 


220 


195 


122 


43 


149 


61 


168 


10078 


3980 


192 


1415 


605 


116 



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207 



Statistical Table No. 1 



CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


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481 




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12 












75000 


27000 


10000 






2 


10 




6 


18 


14 




5 












57000 






906 




5 


5 




6 


16 


12 




8 








5 


72 


46600 




1519 






2 


6 


4 




12 


8 














103 


30000 
25000 










11 


26 


8 


26 


71 


43 




14 








43 


148 


340000 
25000 
10000 


80000 


14092 


15000 




6 


12 


7 


10 


35 


34 


25 


10 




64 


959 


50 


700 


10000 






















10 






2 


760 


10 


135 


3000 


2560 


15750 


500 


2700 














20 






19 








10000 


1000 


2000 


















15 














10000 


2000 


500 






11 


24 


22 


63 


120 


56 


44 


30 


9 






11 


90 


226000 


97000 


6000 






2 


3 


3 


9 


17 


9 
















20500 










10 


16 


11 


36 


73 


38 












10 


175 


175000 


52000 




35943 




7 


13 


9 


18 


47 


31 






7 






16 


205 


1000000 
25000 
10000 






2000 




22 


45 


58 


124 


249 


145 


72 


61 


4 


30 




48 


50 


500000 


95000 


65000 







3 


7 


2 


1 


22 


15 

















50000 




4000 






10 


40 


10 


41 


101 


36 


10 


20 


3 






20 


66 


246000 


3559 


11065 






10 


6 


12 


18 


46 


25 
















127000 


91000 








2 






8 


10 


6 
















47000 




































23000 










4 


13 


4 


10 


31 


15 








9 


500 


20 


25 


109900 


57500 


3921 


21096 




6 


6 


4 


18 


34 


2 


10 














105700 

20000 

100800 


22000 
20000 


11360 

2831 

41800 
































56000 




11000 
































9000 










6 


2 




9 


17 


8 












11 




108900 


19000 


21200 






4 


4 


7 


15 


30 


15 












7 




50000 










5 


17 


2 


13 


37 


19 
















121000 




19000 






2 


9 


3 


8 


22 


7 
















18000 










4 


6 


5 


29 


44 










6 


150 


8 
10 


200 


35000 
35000 


5000 
4000 








4 








4 






10 








7 




4500 


5000 








6 




5 




11 


10 
















46000 


2900 








6 


16 


7 


6 


35 


18 








7 






265 


77000 


33000 








5 


12 


5 




22 


13 
















11900 
18000 






3000 




5 


6 


1 


28 


40 


18 


8 




1 






18 


15363 


165000 


49500 








27 


97 


53 


223 


400 


212 


25 


323 


13 


48 


452 


125 


1115 


1900000 


175000 


83004 


69857 




5 


1 




12 


18 


13 
















120000 


65000 








2 


2 




6 


10 


7 
















36000 










11 


28 


15 


28 


82 


36 






7 






14 


75 


200000 
6000 


53000 


35000 






16 


40 


16 


65 


137 


70 


101 


35 




12 




35 


108 


301700 


38100 


10111 


62365 


1200 


11 


18 


3 


25 


57 


40 


47 


35 








20 


172 


105000 










47 


125 


60 


194 


426 


176 


35 


40 


23 


35 


750 


48 


275 


717200 


46090 


147271 






8 


12 


8 


15 


43 


35 




25 








15 


60 


66000 


35000 








1 


1 


15 




17 


















35000 










2 




4 


7 


13 


10 












6 


25 


25000 










8 


28 


6 


15 


57 


42 




90 












50000 
20000 










4 


8 


10 


12 


34 




20 














120000 
30000 


60000 


17000 
2500 






3 


9 


7 


3 


22 


14 












12 


50 


105000 




2811 


2000 




23 


53 


27 


78 


181 


120 


92 


216 


7 


35 


690 


62 


315 


593500 

26000 

310000 


108000 
110000 


43600 
35605 






501 


1146 


599 


1851 


4097 


2034 


939 


1537 


126 


368 


6136 


841 


25125 


14238540 


1710809 


866083 


579152 


3900 



208 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



ALEXANDRIA 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 








E 






Local Church 




-o 

§.» 

co co 


D) 

C 

U 

■o E 


CO 

O) 

If 

o 5 










e> 


& 


.o 


co ^ 
CO o 


2 

0) 

c ra 

CO o 


JD 






J3 




(D O 
"O c 0> 


to o 

.h CO CD 


if 


nt opera 
lot inclui 
jenses) 


S I 

CO o 

a.— 
en <5 
£ o 


ra 


2 -o 


CO 
CO 

C/3 
42. 


CO 
CO 

W 

& -a 


m 

+ 

CO 


O to 

»_ CO 
CD Q. 

O CO 


O Lo 

■_ CO 

CD < 

O co 


O 

+ 
CO 

o 


CD 
(J 

C 
CO 


CJ ii 
C CD 

5 ra 


+ 
CO 




rincipal ar 
n indebtec 
lortgages, 


Paid on buil 
improvemei 
funds borro 


CD °> 


ithercurre 
xpenses (r 
rogram ex| 


u id 
a> o 


(O c/l 

CO ~- 

V c 
2 2 
co E 


in m 

CO *- 

-i_ c 

O 3 

co E 


y> to 

CD (f) 

2 c 

s => 
S o 

CO c 
CO t 


CD Q_ 

2 £ 

O o 
CO £ 
CO C 


CO 

-a 

CO 

Q- 

2 
o 


-d Q- 

C CD 
CO o 

CD g 


■D 0- 

5 9> 

CO CJ 
CD CO 

i= o 


•D 
CO 
Q. 

2 
o 


oi°- 

> TJ 

2 co 


is 

< sss 

-CD< 
2 CO 


5 

CO 

0. 

2 
o 




Q- o t 


O =. 


una 


CD -o 


Q- < 


Q. < 


< < 


< < 


h- 


5 < 


5< 


1- 


1- 0- 


1- Q_ 


K 


Church/Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


Alexandria, First 


39846 


102341 


22313 


128223 


11133 


27241 


27241 


15016 


15016 


42437 


1800 


1550 


3350 


1800 


3350 


5150 


Horseshoe Drive 


37761 


5980 


4549 


44667 




19845 


19845 








1925 




1925 


3600 




3600 


MacArthur Drive 


1045 




132 


837 




3800 


3800 














1500 




1500 


Newman 




1738 


700 


12003 


170 


8811 


8811 








1739 




1739 


1278 




1278 


St. Mark's 




1497 


508 


3031 




2913 


2913 








444 




444 


429 




429 


Trinity 




16072 


6111 


22400 


1809 


10521 


9645 








912 




912 


2003 




2003 


Pleasant Grove 




981 


292 


1120 


422 


900 


900 








300 




300 






600 


Wilton 






460 


2980 


50 


4238 


4238 








600 




600 


442 




442 


Wesley 




1800 


89 


2252 


30 


2860 


2860 








180 




180 


260 




260 


Ball 




3444 


1097 


2557 


416 


1340 


1340 








1438 




1438 


1300 




1300 


Clear Creek 


2163 


809 


39 


75 


592 


906 


906 














454 




454 


Springhill 




876 


125 


77 


785 


415 


415 








80 




80 


270 




270 


Boyce, First 




3350 


264 


1683 


684 


4625 


4625 








1200 




1200 


2100 




2100 


Lahey Chapel 




5772 


50 


626 


150 


1800 


1800 




















Sieper 




1299 


190 


701 


68 


840 


1120 




















Boyce: Union 




900 




108 




1200 


1200 














45 




45 


Macedonia 




103 




64 




600 


590 














70 




70 


Bunkie: Haas Mem. 


7603 


3074 


1435 


17129 


1226 


12000 


12000 












1800 






2400 


Evergreen 








635 




1650 


1650 














750 




750 


White's Chapel 




400 




166 




1290 


1290 














510 




510 


Booneville, Wesley 


80 


4000 


615 


725 




3972 


3972 








300 




300 


300 




300 


Marshall 


300 


196 


38 


50 




480 


480 














50 




50 


Simpson 






43 


312 




600 


600 








72 




72 


72 




72 


St. Mark's 






40 


225 




560 










100 




100 


100 




100 


Colfax 




13485 


2013 


7484 


1814 


9000 


9000 








1800 




1800 


2200 




2200 


Hollins Chapel 




3446 




377 


251 


850 


850 








350 




350 


500 




500 


Glenmora, First 




5408 


861 


2710 


345 


3760 


3760 








1520 




1520 


2580 




2580 


Fellowship 




3000 


880 


1250 


204 


2504 


2504 








291 




291 


1614 




1614 


Forest Hill 






7 


534 


159 


1134 


1134 








236 




236 


850 




850 


Melder 








305 




360 


300 




















Jena, Nolley Mem. 




13760 


5566 


41799 


10400 


16400 


16400 








3600 




3600 


3600 




3600 


Belah 




1240 


160 


804 




2113 


2113 














300 




300 


Jonesville 


7552 


1814 


807 


7249 


3324 


8400 


8400 








2385 




2385 


3600 




3600 


Lecompte 




1848 


717 


4376 


1700 


9000 


9000 








804 




804 


2400 




2400 


Bayou Chicot 




125 


13 


624 


25 


800 


800 








260 




260 


440 




440 


Cheneyville 




432 




960 


150 


900 


900 








568 




568 


512 




512 


Marksville 








690 




1918 


1918 








380 




380 


825 




825 


Oakgrove 






344 


2630 




3471 


3471 








870 




870 






1440 


Simmesport 


7500 




430 


2720 




5082 


5082 








1229 




1229 


1495 




1495 


Marthaville 




1969 




837 


331 


2100 


2100 








295 




295 


900 




900 


Beulah 




2397 




1382 


155 


2000 


2000 








700 




700 


600 




600 


Robeline 








530 


27 


504 


504 














1236 




1236 


Montgomery 




398 


863 


2007 




5647 


5647 








506 




506 


1266 




1266 


Mt. Zion 




48 


33 


409 




2553 


2553 




















Atlanta 






72 


627 




2592 


2592 




















St Maurice 




115 


150 






1170 


1170 




















Mt. Zion 




2500 


150 


250 




1000 


1000 








120 






120 




150 


Emmanuel 


166 


1000 


200 


325 




950 


950 








80 




80 


60 




60 


Campti, St. Paul 




3500 


65 


245 




900 


900 








100 




170 


90 




25 


Cheneyville, St. Paul 






28 


63 




1000 


1000 








85 




85 


75 




75 


Natchitoches, Asbury 




6800 


895 


2200 




7597 


7597 




















Williams Chapel 






25 


100 




960 


960 




















St. Mark's 


856 




172 






960 


960 




















College Avenue 




2186 


606 


3228 


243 


2200 


2200 








1800 




1800 


2100 




2100 


Natchitoches, First 


12022 


39585 


16123 


70980 


19289 


22887 


22887 


2806 


2806 


25693 


3600 


833 


4433 


3148 


707 


3855 


Oak Grove 




3431 


505 


3739 


318 


7200 


7200 








2768 




260 


260 






Campti 




212 


265 


1028 


274 


1672 


1672 














872 




872 


Olla 


3030 


4671 


2637 


5081 


1502 


8254 


8254 








1246 




1246 


1600 




1600 


Tullos 








150 




604 


604 














206 




206 


Palestine 


10504 


1778 


3919 


21125 


1456 


11500 


11500 








900 




900 


2800 




2800 


Bethel 






665 


2302 




4000 


4000 








600 




600 


800 




800 


Pineville, First 




16105 


18228 


66470 


7495 


21725 


21725 








1200 




1200 


3600 




3600 


Pollock 




1500 


900 


1750 




5400 


5400 








720 




720 


600 




600 


Selma 








411 




1500 


1500 














300 




300 


Liberty Chapel 






65 


575 




1800 


1800 














300 




300 


Provencal 






530 


935 


200 


2400 


2400 








600 




600 


600 




600 


Weaver 






178 


79 




1800 


1800 








300 




600 


600 




600 


Trout 




2670 


2043 


6199 




5600 


5600 








1339 




1339 


2161 




2161 


Eden 






791 






920 


920 








60 




60 


280 




280 


Urania 


1000 




371 


1675 


353 


2182 


2182 








418 




418 


1200 




* 1200 


Winnfield 




43587 


5482 


36887 


4814 


15000 


15000 








1800 




1800 


3300 




3300 


Couley 




30 




351 


103 


1500 


1500 














300 




300 


District Supt. 












25900 


25900 








1800 




1800 


5700 




5068 


TOTAL 


131428 


333672 


106849 


549098 


72467 


353076 


351850 


17822 


17822 1 68130 


46720 


2383 


48345 


73323 


4057 1 80893 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



209 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


Q. 

O 

O § 

«I 
c 9 
■2g 

CO < 

S-a 

II 

CD c 
■D O 

£ To 

S CD 


a. 
o 
o 
O 

To 

is 

w CO 
CO Q_ 

S-o 

u 

CD c 
■D O 

S To 
£ o 


c 
o 

CO 
CO CD 

It 

sa 

CD x> 

Si 

O LL 


c 
o 

To 

to 

'c 
E 

13 

< S 

2 Q. 

cd -a 

Si 

Oil 


c 
o 

To 

To 

'c 
E -o 

"O CD 
5§ 

it 

3£ 


c 
o 

To 

to 

c 
E 

"O 

< 

To 
c 
o -a 

P 
CO "O 
c c 

=> 3 
-> LL 


c 
o 

To 

To 

£ "D 

E 
■o 9 

< c 

CD O 

" 9- 
c .9- 

CD < 
m <0 

II 

O LL 




Pension And 
Benefit Funds 
Apportioned 


CO 
T3 TJ 

c c 

o ~ 
c c !2 

<B <B CO 
O. CD Q_ 


CO 

c 

CD 
•D 

Is 

c c 

c o 

CD '-P 

m a 

o< 
•;= xj 

Q LL 


CO 

c 

CD 

c 

B 
c 

CD 
Q. 

3 -O 
W CO 

T3°- 

C T3 

l § 
Q LL 


T3 

C 

if -o 

U- CD 

Q..9 

o c 

O o 
« Q. 
Q. O. 
LU < 


■o 

c 

LL 

75 

Q. 

O 

o 

CO ~o 
Q.C0 

LU Q- 


is o 

CO "-P 

CO o 

CL> O- 

!< 

— -o 

3 c 
111 LL 


CO 
CO 

a- 1 

•■= "D 

3 c 

LU LL 


T3 
< 

CD CD 
CD o 

Og 

>. o 

s§ 

o < 

h 

CD 3 
1- LL 


■o 
< 

CD 

c 

CD 

a 

2 co 

o a. 

Is 

CD 3 

h- LL 


c 
o 

To 

To 

"tr 'D 
| 

-o .9 
< c 

CD O 

<-> 9- 

c 3- 

CD < 

§ § 

O LL 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 


14673 


14673 


4542 


4542 


1006 


1006 


349 


349 


349 


349 


233 


233 


615 


615 


224 


224 


4164 


4164 


4343 


4343 


1344 


1344 


298 


298 


103 


103 


103 


103 


69 


69 


182 


182 


66 


66 


1232 


1232 


497 


497 


154 


154 


34 


34 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


8 


8 


141 


141 


2200 


2200 


681 


681 


151 


151 


52 


52 


52 


52 


35 


35 


92 


92 


34 


34 


624 


624 


492 


492 


152 


152 


34 


34 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


7 


7 


140 


140 


3439 


3439 


1064 


1064 


236 


236 


82 


82 


82 


82 


55 


55 


144 


144 


52 


52 


976 


976 


335 


335 


104 


104 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


95 


95 


865 


865 


268 


268 


59 


59 


21 


21 


21 


21 


14 


14 


36 


36 


13 


13 


246 


246 


606 


606 


188 


188 


42 


42 


14 


14 


14 


14 


10 


10 


25 


25 


9 


9 


172 


172 


633 


633 


196 


196 


43 


43 


15 


15 


15 


7 


10 




27 


13 


10 


5 


180 


51 


151 


151 


47 


47 


10 


10 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


43 


43 


74 


74 


23 


23 


5 


5 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 




3 


3 


1 


1 


21 


21 


797 


797 


247 


247 


55 


55 


19 


19 


19 




13 




33 


33 


12 


12 


226 


150 


211 


211 


65 


65 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


60 


60 


105 


105 


32 


32 


7 


7 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


4 


4 


2 


2 


30 


30 


334 


334 


103 


103 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


95 


95 


117 


117 


36 


36 


8 


8 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


33 


33 


2290 


2290 


709 


709 


157 


157 


55 


55 


55 


55 


36 


36 


96 


96 


35 


35 


650 


650 


254 


254 


79 


79 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


72 


72 


168 


168 


52 


52 


12 


12 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


48 


48 


860 


860 


266 


266 


59 


59 


20 


20 


20 


20 


14 


14 


36 


36 


13 


13 






133 


133 


41 


41 


9 


9 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


38 


38 


210 


210 


65 


65 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


60 


60 


152 




47 




10 




4 




4 




2 




6 




2 




43 




1540 


1540 


477 


477 


106 


106 


37 


37 


37 


37 


24 


24 


65 


65 


23 


23 


437 


437 


200 


200 


62 


62 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


57 


57 


1090 


1090 


337 


337 


75 


75 


26 


26 


26 




17 


17 


46 


46 


17 


17 


309 


309 


576 


576 


178 


178 


39 


39 


14 


14 


14 


14 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


163 


163 


248 


248 


77 


77 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


70 


70 


92 




29 




6 


6 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


26 


26 


3257 


3257 


1008 


1008 


223 


223 


78 


78 


78 


78 


52 


52 


136 


136 


50 


50 


924 


924 


223 


223 


69 


69 


15 


15 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


9 


9 


3 


3 


63 


63 


1714 


1714 


531 


531 


118 


118 


41 


41 


41 


41 


27 


27 


72 


72 


26 


26 


486 


486 


1296 


1296 


401 


401 


89 


89 


31 


31 


31 


31 


21 




54 


54 


20 


20 


368 


368 


186 


186 


58 


58 


13 


13 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


53 


53 


194 


194 


60 


60 


13 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


55 


55 




305 


305 


113 


113 


25 


25 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


15 


15 


6 


6 


103 


103 


863 


863 


267 


267 


59 


59 


21 


21 


21 


21 


14 


14 


36 


36 


13 


13 


245 


245 


831 


831 


257 


257 


57 


57 


20 


20 


20 


20 


13 


13 


35 


35 


13 


13 


236 


236 


354 


354 


110 


110 


24 


24 


8 


8 


8 


8 


6 


6 


15 


15 


5 


5 


101 


101 


385 


385 


119 


119 


26 


26 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


109 


109 


154 


154 


48 


48 


11 


11 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


44 


44 


754 


754 


233 


233 


52 


52 


18 


18 


18 


18 


12 


12 


32 


32 


11 


11 


214 


214 


436 


436 


135 


135 


30 


30 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


18 


18 


7 


7 


124 


124 


445 


445 


138 


138 


31 


31 


11 


11 


11 


11 


7 


7 


19 


19 


7 


7 


126 


126 


100 


100 


31 


31 


7 


7 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


4 


4 


2 


2 


28 


28 


182 


182 


56 


56 


13 


13 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


52 


52 


205 


205 


64 


64 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


58 


58 


138 


138 


43 


43 


9 


9 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


39 


39 


145 


145 


45 


45 


10 


10 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


41 


41 


1126 


1126 


349 


349 


77 


77 


27 


27 


27 


27 


18 


18 


47 


47 


17 


17 


320 


320 


127 


127 


39 


39 


9 


9 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


36 


36 


94 


94 


29 


29 


6 


6 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


4 


4 


1 


1 


27 


27 


677 


677 


210 


210 


46 


46 


16 


16 


16 


16 


11 


11 


28 


28 


10 


10 


192 


192 


8290 


8290 


2566 


2566 


568 


568 


197 


197 


197 


197 


132 




347 


347 


126 


126 


2353 


2353 


942 


942 


291 


291 


65 


65 


22 


22 


22 


22 


15 


15 


39 


39 


14 


14 


267 


267 


238 


238 


74 


74 


16 


16 


6 


6 


6 


6 






5 


5 


4 


4 


19 


19 


1338 


1338 


414 


414 


92 


92 


32 


32 


32 


32 


21 


21 


56 


56 


20 


20 


380 


380 


80 


80 


25 


25 


6 


6 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 


23 


23 


3294 


3294 


1020 


1020 


226 


226 


78 


78 


78 


78 


52 


52 


138 


138 


52 


52 


935 


935 


641 


641 


199 


199 


44 


44 


15 


15 


15 


15 


10 


10 


27 


27 


10 


10 


182 


182 


7574 


7574 


2344 


2344 


519 


519 


180 


180 


180 


180 


120 


120 


317 


317 


115 


115 


2150 


2150 


1062 


1062 


329 


329 


73 


73 


25 


25 


25 


25 


17 


17 


45 


45 


16 


16 


301 


301 


204 


204 


63 


63 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


58 


58 


300 


300 


93 


93 


21 


21 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


85 


85 


329 


329 


102 


102 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


93 


93 


221 


221 


68 


68 


15 


15 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


9 


9 


3 


3 


63 


63 


918 


918 


330 


284 


70 


63 


22 


22 


19 


22 


15 


15 


40 


38 


14 


14 


282 


261 


142 


142 


44 


44 


10 


10 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


40 


40 


372 


372 


115 


115 


25 


25 


9 


9 


8 


9 


6 


6 


15 


16 


5 


6 


110 


105 


4075 


4075 


1261 


1261 


279 


279 


97 


97 


97 


97 


65 




171 


171 


62 


62 


1157 


1157 


218 


218 


67 


67 


15 


15 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


62 


62 


82114 


81870 


25483 


25361 | 


5641 


5624 


1955 


1951 


1951 


1898 


1301 


1057 


3438 


3417 


1251 


1245 


23055 


22781 



210 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



ALEXANDRIA 





CONNECT. 








BENEVOLENCES 












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Church/Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


Alexandria, First 


1940 


1940 


7490 


7490 


2725 


2725 


1300 


1300 


1013 


1013 


1118 




Horseshoe Drive 


1464 


1464 


2217 


2217 


806 


806 


385 


385 


300 


300 


331 


50 


MacArthur Drive 


313 


313 


254 


254 


92 


92 


44 


.44 


34 


34 


38 




Newman 


361 


361 


1123 


1123 


408 


408 


195 


195 


152 


152 


168 


145 


St. Mark's 


124 


124 


251 


251 


91 


91 


44 


44 


34 


34 


37 




Trinity 






tr1755 


1755 


639 


639 


305 


305 


237 


237 


262 


300 


Pleasant Grove 




106 


171 


171 


62 


62 


30 


30 


23 


23 


26 




Wilton 


277 


442 


442 


161 


161 


77 


77 


60 


60 


66 






Wesley 


200 


200 


309 


309 


113 


113 


54 


54 


42 


42 


46 




Ball 






323 


323 


118 


7 














Clear Creek 




48 


77 


77 


28 


28 


13 




1 


10 


12 




Springhill 


38 


38 


38 


38 


14 


14 


7 




5 


5 


6 




Boyce, First 


357 


357 


407 


200 


148 


105 


71 


72 


55 


45 


61 


30 


Lahey Chapel 


101 


101 


108 


108 


39 


39 


19 


19 


15 


15 


16 




Sieper 


49 


49 


53 


53 


19 


19 


9 


9 


7 


7 


8 


93 


Boyce: Union 






171 


171 


62 


62 


30 


30 


23 


23 


25 




Macedonia 






60 


60 


22 


6 


10 




8 








Bunkie: Haas Mem. 


865 


865 


1169 


1169 


425 


425 


203 


203 


158 


158 


174 


275 


Evergreen 


125 


125 


130 


130 


47 


47 


23 


23 


18 


18 


19 




White's Chapel 


83 


83 


86 


86 


31 


31 


15 


15 


12 


12 


13 




Booneville, Wesley 


244 


244 


439 


439 


160 


160 


76 


76 


59 


59 


66 




Marshall 






68 


68 


25 


25 


12 


12 


9 


9 


10 




Simpson 






107 


107 


39 


39 


19 


6 


15 








St. Marks 






77 




28 




13 




10 








Colfax 


646 


646 


786 


786 


286 


286 


136 


136 


106 


106 


117 


1000 


Hollins Chapel 


85 


85 


102 


102 


37 


37 


18 


18 


14 


14 


15 




Glenmora, First 


402 


402 


556 


556 


202 




97 




75 


75 


83 




Fellowship 


247 


247 


294 


294 


107 


107 


51 


51 


40 


40 


44 




Forest Hill 


121 


121 


127 


127 


46 


46 


22 




17 


17 


19 




Melder 






47 




17 




8 


8 


6 


6 


7 




Jena, Nolley Mem. 


907 


907 


1663 


1663 


605 


605 


289 


289 


225 


225 


248 


340 


Belah 


89 


89 


114 


114 


41 


41 


20 


20 


15 


15 


17 




Jonesville 


234 


234 


875 


875 


318 


318 


152 


152 


118 


118 


131 




Lecompte 


416 


416 


662 


662 


241 


241 


89 


89 




99 






Bayou Chicot 






95 


95 


35 


35 


16 


16 


13 


13 


14 


50 


Cheneyville 


85 


85 


99 


99 


36 


36 


17 


17 


13 


13 


15 


50 


Marksville 


156 


150 


186 


186 


68 


68 


32 


32 


25 


25 


28 




Oakgrove 


294 


294 


440 


440 


160 


160 


76 


76 


60 


60 


66 




Simmesport 


367 


367 


424 


424 


154 


154 


74 


74 


57 


57 


63 





Marthaville 


177 


177 


181 


181 


66 


66 


31 


31 


24 


24 


27 




Beulah 


157 


157 


197 


197 


72 


72 


34 


34 


27 


27 


29 




Robeline 


66 


66 


79 


79 


29 


29 


14 


14 


11 


11 


12 




Montgomery 






385 


385 


140 


140 


67 


67 


52 


52 


57 




Mt. Zion 






223 


223 


81 


81 


39 


39 


30 


30 


33 




Atlanta 






227 




83 




39 




31 








St. Maurice 






51 


51 


19 


19 


9 


9 


7 


7 


8 




Mt. Zion 


48 


48 


93 


93 


34 


34 


16 


16 


13 


13 


14 




Emmanuel 


57 


57 


105 


105 


38 


38 


18 


18 


14 


14 


16 




Campti, St. Paul 


42 


42 


70 


70 


26 


26 


12 


12 


9 


9 


10 




Cheneyville, St. Paul 


46 


46 


74 


74 


27 


27 


13 


13 


10 


10 


11 




Natchitoches, Asbury 


318 


318 


575 


575 


209 


209 


100 


100 


78 


78 


86 




Williams Chapel 


38 


38 


65 


65 


24 


24 


11 


11 


9 


9 


10 


56 


St. Marks 


32 


32 


48 


48 


18 


18 


8 


8 


7 


7 


7 


115 


College Avenue 


263 


263 


346 


346 


126 


126 


60 


60 


47 


47 


52 




Natchitoches, First 


1604 


1604 


4232 


4232 


1540 


1540 


734 


734 


572 


572 


632 




Oak Grove 










481 


240 


185 


175 


83 


65 


72 




Campti 


62 


62 


60 


60 


44 


44 






10 


10 






Olla 


542 


542 


683 


683 


248 


248 


118 


118 


93 


93 


102 




Tullos 


45 


45 


41 


41 


15 


15 


7 


7 


4 


4 


6 




Palestine 


520 


520 


1681 


1681 


612 


612 


292 


292 


227 


227 


251 


594 


Bethel 


172 


172 


327 


327 


119 




57 




44 


49 


251 




Pineville, First 


946 


946 


3866 


3866 


1407 


1407 


671 


671 


523 


523 


577 


630 


Pollock 


371 


371 


542 


542 


197 


197 


94 




73 


73 


81 




Selma 






104 


104 


38 


38 






14 


14 


16 




Liberty Chapel 


112 


112 


153 


153 


56 


56 






21 


21 


23 




Provencal 


148 


148 


168 


168 


61 


61 


29 


29 


23 


23 


25 




Weaver 


144 


144 


113 


113 


41 


41 


20 


20 


15 


15 


17 




Trout 


406 


406 


502 


502 


189 


170 


86 


81 


64 


63 






Eden 




38 


73 


73 


26 


6 


13 


13 


10 


10 


11 




Urania 




90 


196 


190 


73 


69 


33 


33 


25 


26 


•> 




Winnfield 


1129 


1129 


2080 


2080 


757 


757 


31 


361 


281 


281 




225 


Couley 
bistrict Supt. 


84 


84 


111 


111 


40 


40 


19 




15 


15 


17 




























TOTAL 


18119 


18560 


41446 


40601 


15591 


14624 


7241 


6826 


5549 


5354 


5646 


4276 



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Statistical Table No. 3 





BENEVOLENCES 








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67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 




1018 


489 




100 


1607 




168 


6742 


4332 


4542 


9000 


723 


252 


4700 


428600 




91 


90 






181 


18 




1664 
100 


1282 
147 


1344 
154 


1900 


385 
75 


74 
34 


679 
122 


139147 
'9608 


45 


82 


84 


100 


67 


333 


25 


32 


576 


649 


681 


1235 


40 


38 


849 


37415 


33 


22 


8 


24 


22 


76 


18 




518 


145 


152 


702 




30 


183 


12138 




187 


59 




18 


264 






811 


1015 


1064 


1607 


402 


59 


829 


74631 




50 








50 






100 


99 


104 






6 




5989 




28 




17 


25 


70 


18 




83 


255 


268 


300 




15 


328 


12733 




38 


30 


20 


34 


122 


15 


7 


57 

25 


179 


188 


360 
351 




10 


414 
200 


10660 
13468 




















45 


47 


100 








5664 


















50 


22 


23 


51 




1 




3007 




51 


43 






94 


10 




251 
16 


235 
62 


247 
65 


650 




4 




17576 
9218 






37 






37 






85 


31 


32 






2 


207 


4196 


















76 


99 


103 




6 






3443 


















9 














1111 




43 


103 

7 




10 


156 
7 






2147 

47 

186 


676 
75 


709 
79 
52 


1475 
50 


378 


39 
4 
3 


1494 


61093 
4055 
3205 




15 




10 




25 






100 


254 
39 


266 
41 






15 
2 




12984 

1557 

1625 

465 




27 


17 






44 






611 


455 


477 


662 


18 


26 


328 


46240 




















59 


62 


100 




3 




6626 


















225 




337 


240 


70 


19 


149 


21257 


















162 


170 


178 


818 




10 


284 


13174 


















26 


73 




60 




24 




3875 
668 




25 


155 


25 


25 


230 


25 




1370 
130 


962 
66 


1008 
69 


1808 
114 


420 


56 
4 


584 


111671 
5692 


50 




59 






59 




42 


738 


506 


531 


820 




29 




42790 








17 




17 






401 


383 


401 


809 




22 




26675 








10 




10 






100 


55 


58 


125 




3 




3193 




50 






10 


60 






190 


57 


60 


319 




3 




4872 




30 


15 






45 






59 


108 


113 






6 




5224 




17 


25 




5 


47 






202 


255 


267 


230 




15 




12406 




29 


48 




34 


111 




52 

53 


516 


245 
105 


257 
110 


100 


240 
200 


14 
6 


127 


22739 
8043 


















50 


114 
46 


119 
48 


78 




7 
3 




8725 
2958 




98 








98 






32 


223 


233 


221 




13 




13552 




50 








50 








129 


135 


150 




7 




4697 
4086 






10 






10 






200 


30 
54 
61 


31 
56 
64 






2 
4 




1980 
4703 
3524 




11 








11 








41 
43 


45 






2 
2 




5470 
1779 




















332 


349 






19 




21566 




6 


6 




4 


16 






37 


39 




96 






2 


1714 




9 


3 




2 


14 








28 


29 


76 






2 


2539 


















165 


200 


310 


336 


345 


12 


260 


16091 




117 


105 






222 






2628 


2448 


3766 


3597 


360 


242 


2646 


231847 














85 




395 
297 


175 
49 


218 
6 


560 




12 
123 




19060 
5530 






11 




320 


331 






645 
10 


395 
24 


414 
25 








117 
1 


34094 
1281 




70 


84 




55 


209 


60 




1739 


972 


102 


1787 




56 


577 


70452 




14 


43 




10 


68 


21 




852 




199 


155 






354 


11909 


47 


240 


100 


103 




443 


50 


50 


2646 
130 


2236 

314 

60 

89 


2344 

329 

63 

93 


5482 


534 


130 

18 

3 

5 


1485 


172389 

14818 

2873 

3828 
















9 


500 


97 


102 


75 


100 


6 




7195 
















6 


475 


65 


68 


75 




4 




4593 




118 






6 


124 






166 


274 


284 


578 




79 




24340 




11 








11 






59 


42 


44 


91 




104 




2825 




25 


4 




8 


37 






79 


110 


115 






114 




8725 




50 


50 


50 




150 




130 


2363 
104 


1203 
64 


1261 
67 


2565 
138 


820 
400 


4 


1870 


133134 

3315 

33298 


175 


2622 


1685 


376 


755 1 


5438 


345 1 


549 


31945 


23097 


25980 


40180 


5516 


1799 


18791 


2087623 



212 



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CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 














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Church and Charge 


Pastor 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Amite 


Burgess, Robert L. 


341 


5 


9 


3 


9 


3 


8 


5 


333 


130 


10 


38 


12 




Independence 


Burgess, Robert L. 


40 


1 




1 










42 


21 


2 


1 


3 




Baker 


Sewell, John Howard 


374 


9 


9 


15 




12 


4 


2 


389 


155 


14 


59 


50 




Baton Rouge, Broadmoor 


Blount, Henry C, Jr. 


4281 


88 


128 


63 


26 


136 


52 


24 


4322 


1047 


93 


991 


188 


59 


Francis Asbury 


Vining, John L. 


313 


5 


19 


5 




12 


3 




327 


145 


13 


45 


49 




Hughes Memorial 


Miller, William J. 


177 














4 


173 


85 


7 


58 




3 


Ingleside 


Shirley, Fred 0. 


740 


5 


19 


5 




13 


15 


10 


731 


203 


5 


18 


28 


2 


Jefferson 


Einsel, Alan 


565 


18 


38 


6 


30 


71 


19 


4 


503 


211 


8 


100 




11 


Jordan 


Henderson, Freddie C. 


179 


11 


4 


5 








1 


198 


155 


13 






12 


LeJeune 


Henderson, Freddie C. 


23 














1 


22 


12 


3 








North Baton Rouge 


Warren, Hulen C.,Jr. 


297 


10 


5 


3 




11 


1 


3 


300 


98 


2 


24 


23 




St. John's 


Dunbar, Thomas A. 


340 


15 


42 


13 


28 


9 


8 


2 


363 


180 


13 


78 


33 


11 


St. Luke's 


Lawson, Timothy E. 


172 


8 


5 




27 


12 






146 


55 


4 


6 


16 


8 


Istrouma 


Lawson, Timothy E. 


441 


10 


7 




51 


17 


3 


12 


375 


85 


14 


32 




5 


St. Paul's 


Merrill, Lynn W. 


282 




6 


5 


27 


12 


1 


3 


250 


51 


1 


50 


132 




Deerford 


Merrill, Lynn W. 


126 


2 








11 


1 




116 


60 




10 




2 


Winbourne 


Pickens, Edward 0. 


228 


4 


10 


2 


23 


7 


1 


4 


209 


100 


4 


4 




4 


St. Andrew's 


Wideman, Fred B. 




5 


113 


7 


2 








123 


135 


2 


40 


5 




Beech Grove 


Berry, Edward 


42 


3 








1 




1 


43 


60 


3 


31 




5 


Macedonia 


Berry, Edward 


31 


1 








1 






31 


15 


1 


10 




3 


Andrews Chapel 


Berry, Edward 


66 
















66 


90 




25 




6 


Bethel 


Bergeron, Tommy R.,Sr. 


133 


3 


7 


1 


4 






5 


135 


77772 


3 


37 


32 




Magnolia 


Bergeron, Tommy R., Sr. 


158 


8 


8 


5 




4 


1 




174 


80 


5 


40 


46 


5 


Blackwater 


Bowdon, J. Henry, Jr. 


1162 


11 


28 


14 


20 


28 


31 


6 


1130 


386 


16 


164 


30 


5 


Carpenter's Chapel 


Mosher, Roger 


103 


8 


9 


1 




1 




1 


119 


85 


11 


24 






Mt. Zion 


Lafayette, W. R. 


126 








4 




4 


2 


116 


50 


5 


67 




10 


St. Paul 


Lafayette, W. R. 


143 












2 


2 


139 


50 


5 


35 




10 


St. Peter 


Franklin, Adam 


88 


1 














89 


75 


1 


36 






Moses Chapel 


Franklin, Adam 


58 
















58 


45 


4 


20 






Jackson Chapel 


Franklin, Adam 


53 
















53 


25 




12 






Wall Memorial 


Casey, John H. 


248 


1 


6 


2 




2 




4 


251 


120 


3 


33 


7 


2 


Clear Creek 


Casey, John H. 


83 


1 








1 




1 


82 


65 


1 


19 






Concord 


Means, Jesse L., Jr. 


16 














1 


15 


12 




5 






New Hope 


Means, Jesse L.,Jr. 


38 














2 


36 


45 




3 






Days 


Singletary, Paul.Sr. 


117 


4 


3 


4 


5 






5 


118 


45 










Center 


Singletary, Paul.Sr. 


62 


1 


1 






1 




1 


62 


18 










Darlington 


Singletary, Paul.Sr. 


23 


4 




1 




1 




1 


26 


22 










Denham Springs, First 


Duerson, George A. 


695 


11 


33 


10 


6 


7 


14 


3 


719 


225 


18 


140 


20 


9 


Roberts 


Hillard, Clarence L. 


164 


25 






8 




1 


2 


178 


150 


30 


127 






St. Luke 


Hillard, Clarence L. 


126 


5 




1 








1 


131 


50 


6 


25 




10 


Faithful 


Daigle, Jay V. 


93 


3 












2 


94 


85 


3 


23 


25 




New River 


Daigle, Jay V. 


60 














2 


58 


35 




16 


14 




Friendship 


Messer, Glendon R. 


148 




4 


2 




2 


2 


1 


149 


59 


3 


11 


33 




Corbin 


Messer, Glendon R. 


30 


3 




1 




1 






33 


20 


2 








Gonzales 


Wade, Gilbert 


400 


7 


17 


4 


27 


20 


7 


2 


372 


159 


8 


66 


41 


10 


Meadows Chapel 


Wade, Gilbert 


79 


1 


1 




12 






2 


67 


23 


1 


10 






Greensburg 


Childs, Howard B. 


199 


4 


7 


4 






2 


3 


209 


100 


4 


30 


10 


6 


Wesley Chapel 


Childs, Howard B. 


28 


1 


2 


2 








1 


32 


12 




8 


2 


1 


Hammond, First 


Carruth, Angus L. 


690 


2 


17 


4 


75 


11 


8 


8 


611 


199 


7 


40 


9 


5 


Tickfaw 


Carruth, Angus L. 


59 




3 


3 










65 


23 


1 


1 






Jackson 


Constable, James E. 


235 


1 


4 


2 




3 




2 


237 


73 


1 


47 




4 


Ethel 


Constable, James E. 


65 


3 












1 


67 


36 


1 


18 




4 


Kentwood 


Morgan, J. Penn 


193 


1 


5 


2 




4 


2 


4 


191 


65 


2 


14 






Mt. Hermon 


Morgan, J. Penn 


35 












1 


3 


31 


18 




1 


1 




Live Oak 


Stafford, R. Larry 


549 


7 


6 


7 




3 


3 


2 


561 


225 


14 


146 




9 


Livingston 


Woodward, James R. 


97 








10 


3 


7 


1 


76 


33 




12 






James Chapel 


Woodward, James R. 


73 


1 






6 




4 


1 


63 


22 


1 


1 






Mangum Chapel 


Woodward, James R. 


90 


13 


3 




4 


2 




2 


98 


46 




16 






Loranger 


Townsend, Robert A. 


121 










4 


7 


1 


109 


47 


2 


28 






Coopers Chapel 


Townsend, Robert A. 


32 




1 








3 


4 


26 


20 




5 






Pine Grove 


Scott, Charles E. 


114 










1 


2 


4 


107 


40 




2 






Montpelier 


Scott, Charles E. 


81 




1 










3 


79 


25 


1 








Norwood, Asbury 


Smith, James A. 


100 






1 










101 


75 


2 


10 


3 




Mt. Carmel 


Smith, James A. 


51 






2 








2 


51 


35 


2 


3 






Wesley 


Smith, James A. 


78 














1 


77 


45 


5 


9 






St. Francisville 


Babin, Harold 


167 


1 


4 


3 




1 


2 


3 


169 


60 


1 


28 


12 


2 


Tunica 


Babin, Harold 


39 




3 












42 


20 


1 


16 


5 




Slaughter 


Sexton, Ronnie 


119 


1 








4 


4 


2 


110 


45 


2 


15 




1 


Bluff Creek 


Sexton, Ronnie 


49 


2 








4 


6 




41 


35 


2 


7 


2 


2 


Tangipahoa 


Hood, Boyd 


109 


2 


6 










3 


114 


60 


2 


12 






Pine Ridge 


Hood, Boyd 


104 


2 












2 


104 


60 


2 


14 






Walker 


Rountree, Joe L. 


150 


5 


11 


6 




2 




2 


168 


61 


4 


16 


31 




Zachary 


Lapuyade, Calvin 0. 


568 


15 


17 


2 


3 


6 


6 


8 


579 


175 


10 


65 


25 


8 


Dist. Supt. 


Vining, Kirby A. 






























Dir./Financial Aff . 


Caraway, J. J. 
































TOTAL 


17659 


358 


621 


217 


407 


444 


235 


185 


17584 


6749 


404 


3097 


887 


234 



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CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


U.M.W. 


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17371 


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26049 


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9203 


6391 


2443 


16433 


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10980 








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1200 


3600 




3600 


St. John's 


25183 


29483 


5271 


31439 


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16020 








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2800 


3600 




3600 


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6369 


2922 


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6276 


356 


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900 


1800 




1800 


Istrouma 


23588 


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21821 


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1083 




1033 


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2550 


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1550 




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1273 




1273 


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1800 




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1142 


24935 


2422 


13249 


426 


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1500 


3600 




3600 


St. Andrew's 


2584 




1341 


1600 




6358 


6358 








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1400 


2450 




2450 


3eech Grove 






910 


1482 


350 


2796 


2796 














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1200 


Macedonia 




117 




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600 


600 




















Andrews Chapel 


3490 


14490 


750 


1500 




2355 


2355 




















Bethel 


4260 


5353 


2967 


7950 


2039 


7734 


7734 








1200 




1200 


2325 




2325 


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3000 


6857 


4650 


2817 


5270 


6740 


6740 








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860 


1400 




1400 


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39166 


10686 


56983 


23309 


21552 


21552 


11196 


11196 


32748 


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3600 


3900 


3900 


7800 


Carpenter's Chapel 


3557 


1646 


3457 


2574 




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7300 








1600 




1600 


3600 




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Mt. Zion 






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3285 




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1208 




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296 


1214 




1645 


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345 


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80 




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11616 


2984 


11243 


3666 


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1950 


3150 




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Clear Creek 




890 


391 


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600 




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30 


189 




420 


420 














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320 


125 


136 




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1059 














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741 


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1980 








490 




490 


1790 




1790 


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592 


960 


1180 


1180 








210 




210 


590 




590 


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39 


881 


379 


1300 


1300 








300 




300 


800 




800 


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5139 


2364 


7115 


45475 


5600 


17330 


17330 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Roberts 


40456 


8540 


3685 


5444 


3233 


6960 


6960 








1200 




696 


900 




900 


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7800 


2000 


3155 


1263 




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3514 








504 




504 


900 




900 


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1268 


610 


2942 


774 


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7400 








1400 




1400 


4200 




4200 


New River 


1074 


617 


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3585 




















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757 


9558 


1173 


14400 


13917 








1200 




1200 


3600 




3600 


Corbin 




852 


128 


1324 


300 


2000 


2000 














1085 




1085 


Gonzales 


6256 


2926 


5947 


24046 


1548 


14100 


14100 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Meadows Chapel 


1074 




236 


1733 


660 


2510 


2510 








250 




250 


1567 




1567 


Greensburg 




36000 


2500 


3200 




10624 


10624 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Wesley Chapel 




500 


150 


650 




1700 


1700 








55 




55 


330 




330 


Hammond, First 




5858 


4312 


40459 


52690 


21850 


20031 








1800 




1800 


3600 




2744 


Tickfaw 




500 


60 


2762 


2750 


4800 


4400 




















Jackson 




3815 


1788 


938 


910 


8546 


8546 








1480 




1558 


3006 




3006 


Ethel 




2089 


497 


2168 


152 


2110 


2110 








320 




345 


594 




594 


Kentwood 






895 


5564 


1500 


9000 


9000 








2976 




2976 


2860 




2860 


Mt. Hermon 








800 




1560 


1560 








150 




150 


740 




740 


Live Oak 


29365 


4391 


6271 


26930 


5627 


15884 


15884 








1980 




1980 


3960 




3960 


Livingston 


3550 


748 


135 


2642 


776 


1672 


1672 








1710 




1710 


418 




418 


James Chapel 




631 


163 


299 


1084 


1732 


1732 




















Mangum Chapel 




5644 


1364 


3857 


1122 


4800 


4800 








1120 




1120 


550 




550 


Loranger 






1181 


2689 




5101 










710 




710 


3192 




3192 


Coopers Chapel 




2746 


302 


519 




938 
















408 




408 


Pine Grove 






1574 


2973 


33 


5000 


5000 








980 




980 


1500 




1500 


Montpelier 






239 


2344 


45 


2200 


2200 








200 




200 


1200 




1200 


Norwood, Asbury 






275 


415 




1440 


1440 








120 




120 


360 




360 


Mt. Carmel 




1517 


120 


350 




924 


924 








120 




120 


156 




156 


Wesley 


9895 




309 


641 




1320 


1320 








120 




120 


180 




180 


St. Francisville 


1000 


1814 


1052 


4888 


310 


6300 


6300 








486 




486 


3000 




3000 


Tunica 




1925 


175 


751 


125 


1000 


1000 














920 




920 


Slaughter 




775 


997 


2113 


87 


5260 


5260 








1200 




1200 


2300 




2300 


Bluff Creek 




578 


350 


1357 


350 


2100 


2100 








750 




750 


1350 




1350 


Tangipahoa 


13958 




216 


3389 


3403 


4500 


4500 








987 




987 


3000 




3000 


Pine Ridge 




930 


1084 


193 


2243 


3260 


3260 








420 




420 


1370 


V 


1370 


Walker 


2394 


4374 


1237 


4897 


1325 


11040 


11040 














3600 




3600 


Zachary 




97888 


5550 


24063 


7813 


16608 


16608 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Dist. Supt 












25900 


25900 








1800 




1800 


5700 




5700 


Dir./Financial Aff . 












25900 


25900 








1800 




1800 


5700 




5700 


TOTAL 


524364 


514414 


148911 


771383 


331627 


574323 


562900 


45446 


45446 


106998 


64351 


2890 


66840 


139860 


7500 


146504 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



215 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUN0S 


Other Than Local Church 


a. 
o 

° c 
O o 

«! 

c 2 

■ga 

CO < 

- -a 

II 

<D c 
"5 ° 
£ co 

S CD 


Q. 
O 
O 

O 

CO 

•il 

~ CO 
CO Q_ 

= ■0 

§! 

CD C 
■D O 

£ CO 

= CD 


c 
O 

to 

— "O 
CO CD 

|l 

CD -o 

Si 

Oll 


c 
o 

CO 

« 

"c 
E 
Ss 

fO (l 
CD -o 

S 3 

C3 ll 


c 
o 

CO 

to 

'c 
E -o 

■O CD 
<g 

if 

H 

'!! 


c 
g 

to 

to 

'c 
E 

< 
CO 

c 

O T3 
Ig 

CO "O 


c 
o 

CO 

E P 
| 

T3 .2 

< C 

CD O 

<-> 8- 
c 3- 

CD < 

& -8 
ii 

Oll 




Pension And 
Benefit Funds 
Apportioned 


CO 
■O T3 
C C 

It 

O £ 
co CD _ 
c c !2 

<t> <u ra 

Q. CD Q_ 


c 
<D 

i? 

c c 
■;= o 

CD '«= 

3 ° 

z< 

c -a 

l S 
Q LL 


CO 

c 
a 

c 

£ 
c 

S 

Q. 

3 -O 

W5 

l § 

O LL 


■a 

c 

U- CD 

« £ 
Q..9 

o t: 

.<5 Q. 
a. Q. 

LU < 


T3 

C 
3 
LL 

~s 

a. 
o 
u 

CO "O 
Q.C0 
LU 0- 


T3 

J5 o 

CO o 

0) Q. 

I< 

— T3 
3 C 
IT 3 
LU LL 


CO 
CO 
CO 

a* 

■= TO 

3 C 
CT 3 
LU LL 


T3 
< 

S-a 

CD CD 
C c 
<D o 

Oc 

la 

h 

0) 3 
1- LL 


-o 
< 
to 

CD 

c 

CD 

O 
2 5 

h 

CD 3 
1- LL 


c 
g 

2 
to 

E "o 

-o .2 
< c 

CD O 

" 8- 
c 5- 

CD < 

££ 
§§ 

OLL 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 


3288 


3288 


1018 


1018 


225 


225 


78 


78 


78 


78 


52 


52 


138 


138 


50 


50 


933 


933 


340 


340 


105 


105 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


97 


97 


2513 


2513 


778 


778 


172 


172 


60 


60 


60 


60 


40 


40 


105 


105 


38 


38 


713 


713 


26507 


26507 


8205 


8205 


1818 


1818 


631 


631 


631 


631 


422 


422 


1111 


1111 


404 


404 


7523 


7523 


2231 


2231 


691 


691 


153 


153 


53 


53 


53 


53 


35 


35 


93 


93 


34 


34 


633 


633 


1152 


1152 


356 


356 


79 


79 


27 


27 


27 


27 


18 


18 


48 


48 


18 


18 


327 


327 


6406 


6406 


1983 


1983 


439 


439 


153 


153 


153 


153 


102 


102 


268 


268 


98 


98 


1818 


1818 


5077 


5077 


1571 


1571 


348 


348 


121 


121 


121 


121 


81 


81 


213 


213 


77 


77 


1441 


1441 


1127 


1127 


349 


349 


77 


77 


27 


27 


27 


27 


18 


18 


47 


47 


17 


17 


320 


320 


149 


149 


46 


46 


10 


10 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


42 


42 


2337 


2337 


723 


723 


160 


160 


56 


56 


56 


56 


37 


37 


98 


98 


36 


36 


663 


663 


2801 


2801 


867 


867 


192 


192 


67 


67 


67 


67 


45 


45 


117 


117 


43 


43 


795 


795 


1160 


1160 


359 


359 


80 


80 


28 


28 


28 


28 


18 


18 


49 


49 


18 


18 


329 


329 


3149 


3149 


975 


975 


216 


216 


75 


75 


75 


20 


50 


20 


132 


64 


48 


20 


894 


435 


1934 


1934 


608 


608 


135 


135 


47 


47 


47 


47 


31 


31 


82 


82 


30 


30 


557 


557 


925 


925 


286 


286 


63 


63 


22 


22 


22 


22 


15 


15 


39 


39 


14 


14 


262 


262 


2988 


2988 


925 


925 


205 


205 


71 


71 


71 


71 


48 


48 


125 


125 


46 


46 


848 


848 


419 


419 


130 


130 


29 


29 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


119 


119 


150 


150 


47 


47 


10 


10 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


43 


43 


449 


449 


139 


139 


31 


31 


71 


71 


11 


11 


7 


7 


19 


19 


7 


7 


127 


127 


1321 


1321 


409 


409 


91 


91 


31 


31 


31 


31 


21 


21 


55 


55 


20 


20 


375 


375 


1184 


1184 


366 


366 


81 


81 


28 


28 


28 


28 


19 


19 


50 


50 


18 


18 


336 


336 


8405 


8405 


2602 


2602 


576 


576 


200 


200 


200 


200 


134 


134 


352 


352 


128 


128 


2386 


2386 


969 


969 


300 


300 


66 


66 


23 


23 


23 




15 




41 




15 




275 


275 


849 


849 


263 


263 


58 


58 


20 




20 




13 




36 




13 




241 




682 


682 


211 


211 


47 


47 


16 


16 


16 


16 


11 


11 


29 


29 


10 


10 


194 


100 


423 


423 


131 


131 


29 


29 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


18 


18 


6 


6 


120 


120 


333 


333 


103 


103 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 




5 




14 




5 




94 




246 


246 


76 


76 


17 




6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


70 


70 


2030 


2030 


628 


628 


139 


139 


48 


48 


48 


48 


32 


32 


85 


85 


31 


31 


576 


576 


533 


533 


165 


165 


37 


37 


13 


13 


13 


13 


8 


8 


22 


22 


8 


8 


151 


151 


95 


95 


30 


30 


7 


7 


2 


2 


2 




2 




4 


4 


1 


1 


27 


27 


221 


221 


68 


68 


15 


15 


5 


5 


5 




4 




9 


9 


3 


3 


63 


63 


733 


733 


227 


227 


50 


50 


17 


17 


17 


17 


12 


12 


31 


16 


11 


11 


208 


208 


417 


417 


129 


129 


29 


29 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


17 


17 


6 


6 


118 


118 


252 


252 


78 


78 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


72 


72 


5090 


5090 


1575 


1575 


349 


349 


121 


121 


121 


121 


81 


81 


213 


213 


78 


78 


1444 


1444 


1042 


1042 


323 


323 


71 


71 


25 


25 


25 


25 


17 


17 


44 


44 


16 


16 


396 


396 


753 


753 


233 


233 


52 




18 


18 


18 


18 


12 


12 


32 


32 


11 


11 


214 


214 


964 


964 


298 


298 


66 


66 


23 


23 


23 


23 


15 


15 


40 


40 


15 


15 


274 


274 


501 


501 


155 


155 


34 


34 


12 


12 


12 




8 




21 


21 


8 


8 


142 


142 


1724 


1724 


534 


534 


118 


118 


41 


41 


41 


41 


27 


27 


72 


72 


26 


26 


489 


489 


300 


300 


93 


93 


21 


21 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


85 


85 


3236 


3236 


1002 


1002 


222 


222 


77 


77 


77 


77 


51 


51 


136 


136 


49 


49 


918 


918 


584 


584 


181 


181 


40 


40 


14 


14 


14 


14 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


166 


166 


1647 


1647 


510 


510 


113 


113 


39 


39 


39 


39 


26 


26 


69 


69 


25 


25 


467 


467 


230 


230 


71 


71 


16 


16 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


65 


65 


4964 


4964 


1535 


1535 


340 


340 


118 


118 


118 


118 


79 


79 


208 


208 


76 


76 


1409 


1409 


470 


470 


145 


145 


32 


32 


11 


11 


11 


11 


7 


7 


20 


20 


7 


7 


133 


133 


1700 


1700 


526 


526 


117 


117 


40 


40 


40 


40 


27 


27 


71 


71 


26 


26 


483 


483 


504 


504 


156 


156 


35 


35 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


8 


8 


143 


143 


1527 


1527 


473 


473 


105 


105 


36 


36 


36 


36 


24 


24 


24 


64 


23 


23 


433 


433 


302 


302 


93 


95 


21 


21 


7 




7 


7 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


86 


86 


3762 


3762 


1164 


1164 


258 


258 


90 


90 


90 


90 


60 


60 


158 


158 


57 


57 


1068 


1068 


634 


634 


196 


196 


43 


43 


15 


15 


15 


15 


10 


10 


27 


27 


10 


10 


180 


180 


388 


388 


120 


120 


27 


27 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


110 


110 


853 


853 


264 


264 


59 


59 


20 


20 


20 


20 


14 


14 


36 


36 


13 


13 


242 


242 


800 


800 


248 


248 


55 


55 


19 


19 


19 


19 


13 


13 


34 


34 


12 


12 


227 


227 


195 


195 


61 


61 


13 


13 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


55 


55 


915 


915 


283 


283 


63 


63 


22 


22 


22 


22 


15 




38 


38 


14 


14 


260 


260 


499 


499 


154 


154 


34 


34 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


8 


8 


142 


142 


511 


511 


158 


158 


35 


35 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


8 


8 


145 


145 


254 


254 


79 


79 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


72 


72 


428 


428 


132 


132 


29 


29 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


18 


18 


7 


7 


121 


121 


1263 


1263 


391 


391 


87 


87 


30 


30 


30 


30 


20 


20 


53 


53 


19 


19 


358 


358 


254 


254 


79 


79 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


72 


72 


1018 


1018 


315 


315 


70 


70 


24 


24 


24 


24 


16 


16 


43 


43 


16 


16 


289 


289 


404 


404 


125 


125 


28 


28 


10 


10 


10 


10 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


115 


115 


898 


898 


278 


278 


62 


62 


21 


21 


21 


21 


14 




38 


38 


14 


14 


255 


255 


647 


647 


200 


200 


44 


44 


15 


15 


15 


15 


10 


10 


27 


27 


10 


10 


184 


184 


1301 


1301 


403 


403 


89 


89 


31 


31 


31 




21 





55 


55 


20 


20 


369 


369 


4003 


4003 


1239 


1239 


275 


275 


95 


95 


95 


95 


64 


64 


168 


168 


61 


61 


1136 


1136 


128360 


128360 


39739 


39741 


8804 


8735 


3114 


3087 


3054 


2898 


2041 


1914 


5343 


5209 


1959 


1898 


36537 


35649 



216 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



BATON ROUGE-HAMMOND 





CONNECT. 








BENEVOLENCES 












ADMIN. 
FUNDS 
























to 
<s 
u 


vt 

<D 
O 




























c 
o 


c 
o 


c 

<D 
O 

1 a 


c 
a 
o 

IS 

2 « 


c 
o 

'«"§ 
o X 
3 £ 


c 

o 
o 

3 


T3 

C 
3 
LL 


"O 

c 

3 
LL 


cd ^ 
c c 


co 
.2 


CO 

o 


o 
u 




"c 


'E 


gm 


gm 


•d.2 


TJ 


a> 


CD 


o o 


6 




CO 




E "2 


E 


y m -o 


y m 


HI c 


111 


5? "c 


U> 


>- t: 


'k- 


£ 


> 




f = 

< o 
o r 

Q < 


T3 
< 

O 

on. 


World Serv 
Conferenci 
Apportione 


World Serv 
Conferenci 
Paid 


— o 

'= Q. 

<£ < 

CO -Q 


"5S 

to -q 
c c 


cd 

SI 

-* 2 
to < 


o 
o 

O T3 
iS CO 

CD 0. 


Q. o 

o< 
55 -o 
|§ 

5 LL 


<Sc5 
oQ- 
|S 

5 LL 


75 

c 
o 

15 TD 

o c 

LU LL 


T3 
< 

— to 
Sra 

CD o 

£ S 

CD Q. 

(3 OT 


Church/Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


Amite 


1162 


1162 


1679 


1679 


611 


611 


291 


291 


227 


227 


251 


2245 


Independence 


107 


107 


174 


174 


63 


63 


30 


30 


23 


23 


26 




Baker 


789 


789 


1283 


1283 


467 


467 


223 


223 


174 


174 


191 


4110 


BatonRouge, Broadmoor 


6825 


6825 


13531 


13531 


4923 


4923 


2348 


2348 


1830 


1830 


2020 


17100 


Francis Asbury 


916 


916 


1139 


1139 


414 


414 


198 


198 


154 


154 


170 


1308 


Hughes Memorial 


361 


361 


588 




214 




102 




80 








Ingleside 


2010 


2010 


3270 


3270 


1190 


1190 


567 


567 


442 


442 


488 


900 


Jefferson 


1593 


1593 


2592 


2592 


943 


943 


450 


450 


351 


351 


387 


1430 


Jordan 


354 


354 


575 


575 


209 


209 


100 


100 


78 


78 


86 




LeJeune 


47 


47 


76 


76 


28 


28 


13 


13 


10 


10 


11 




North Baton Rouge 


833 


833 


1193 


1193 


434 


434 


207 


207 


161 


161 


178 


295 


St. John's 


961 


961 


1430 


1430 


520 


520 


248 


248 


193 


193 


213 


200 


St. Luke's 


364 


364 


592 


592 


215 


215 


103 


103 


80 


80 


88 




Istrouma 


1320 


700 


1608 


1608 


585 


283 


279 


138 


217 


106 


116 


436 


St. Paul's 


874 


874 


1003 


1003 


365 


365 


174 




136 


136 


150 




Deerford 


290 


290 


472 


472 


172 


172 


82 


82 


64 


64 


70 


22 


Winbourne 


1020 


1020 


1525 


1525 


555 


555 


265 


265 


206 


206 


228 




St. Andrew's 


























Beech Grove 


192 


192 


214 


214 


78 


78 


37 


37 


29 


29 






Macedonia 


47 


47 


77 


77 


28 


28 


13 


13 


10 


10 


11 




Andrews Chapel 


141 


141 


229 


229 


83 


83 


40 


40 


31 


31 


34 




Bethel 


709 


709 


674 


674 


245 


245 


117 


117 


91 


91 


101 


17 


Magnolia 


371 


371 


604 


604 


220 


220 


105 


105 


82 


82 


90 


462 


Blackwater 


2468 


2468 


4291 


4291 


1561 


1561 


744 


744 


580 


580 




4946 


Carpenter's Chapel 


204 


204 


495 


495 


180 


180 


86 




67 


74 






Mt. Zion 


366 


366 


433 


400 


158 




75 


75 


59 








St. Paul 


214 


150 


348 


202 


127 


127 


60 


60 


47 








St. Peter 


133 


133 


216 


216 


79 


79 


37 


37 


29 


29 


32 




Moses Chapel 


104 


104 


100 




62 




29 


29 


23 








Jackson Chapel 


77 


77 


126 




46 




22 




17 








Wall Memorial 


637 


637 


1036 


1036 


377 


377 


180 


180 


140 


140 


155 




Clear Creek 


167 


167 


272 


272 


99 


99 


47 


47 


37 


37 


41 




Concord 


130 


130 


49 




18 




8 




7 








New Hope 


69 


69 


113 




41 




20 




15 








Days 


230 


230 


374 


374 


136 


116 


65 




51 


15 


6 




Center 


131 


131 


213 


213 


77 


77 


37 


37 


29 


29 


32 




Darlington 


79 


79 


129 


129 


47 


47 


22 


22 


17 


17 


19 




Denham Springs, First 


1597 


1597 


2598 


2598 


945 


945 


451 


451 


351 


351 


388 


60 


Roberts 


327 


327 


532 


532 


194 


194 


92 


92 


72 


72 


79 


55 


St. Luke 


236 


236 


384 


384 


140 


140 


67 


67 


52 


52 


57 


200 


Faithful 


303 


303 


492 


492 


179 


179 


85 


85 


67 


67 


73 




New River 


160 


160 


256 


256 


93 


93 


44 




35 


35 


38 




Friendship 


541 


541 


880 


880 


320 


320 


153 


153 


119 


119 


131 




Corbin 


94 


94 


153 


153 


56 


56 


27 


27 


21 


21 


23 




Gonzales 


1015 


1015 


1652 


1652 


601 


601 


287 


287 


223 


223 


247 


164 


Meadows Chapel 


183 


183 


298 


298 


108 


108 


52 


52 


40 


40 


44 




Greensburg 


517 


517 


841 


841 


306 


306 


146 


146 


114 


114 


125 




Wesley Chapel 


72 


72 


118 


118 


43 


43 


20 


20 


18 


16 


18 




Hammond, First 


1535 


1535 


2534 


2534 


922 


922 


440 


440 


343 


343 


378 


2205 


Tickfaw 




148 


240 


240 


87 


87 


42 


42 


32 


32 


36 


25 


Jackson 


634 


634 


868 


868 


316 


316 


151 


151 


117 


117 


130 


122 


Ethel 


158 


158 


257 


257 


94 


94 


45 


45 


35 


' 35 


38 


28 


Kentwood 


549 


549 


480 


480 


284 


284 


135 


135 


105 


105 


116 


400 


Mt. Hermon 


95 


95 


154 


154 


56 


56 


27 


27 


21 


21 


23 




Live Oak 


1181 


1181 


1920 


1920 


699 


699 


333 


333 


260 


260 


287 




Livingston 


199 


199 


324 


324 


118 


118 


56 


56 


44 


44 


48 


9 


James Chapel 


122 


122 


198 


198 


72 


72 


34 


34 


27 


27 


30 




Mangum Chapel 


286 


286 


436 


436 


158 


158 


76 


76 


59 


59 


65 




Loranger 


251 


251 


409 


409 


149 


149 


71 




55 


55 


61 




Coopers Chapel 


61 


61 


100 


100 


36 




17 




13 








Pine Grove 


287 


290 


467 


250 


170 


81 


63 


63 










Montpelier 


157 


157 


255 


255 


93 


93 


44 


44 


34 


34 


38 




Norwood, Asbury 


160 


160 


261 


261 


95 




45 


95 


35 


35 


39 




Mt. Carmel 


80 


80 


130 


130 


47 


47 


23 


23 


18 


18 


19 




Wesley 


134 


134 


218 


218 


79 


79 


38 


38 


30 


30 


33 




St. Francisville 


496 


496 


645 


645 


235 


235 


112 


112 


87 


87 


96 





Tunica 


80 


80 


130 


130 


47 


47 


22 


22 


18 


18 


19 





Slaughter 


315 


315 


519 


519 


189 


189 


90 


90 


70 


70 


78 


50 


Bluff Creek 


127 


127 


206 


206 


75 


75 


36 


36 


28 


28 


31 




Tangipahoa 


282 


282 


459 


459 


167 


167 


80 


80 


68 


68 






Pine Ridge 


203 


203 


330 


330 


120 


120 


45 


45 


49 








Walker 


408 


408 


664 


664 


242 


115 


90 












Zachary 


1256 


1256 


2044 


2044 


743 


743 


355 


355 


276 


276 


305 


250 


Dist. Supt. 


























Dir./Financial Aff. 


























TOTAL 


40396 


39863 


65175 


63803 


23848 


22444 


11316 


10483 


8872 


8242 


8410 


37039 



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67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 




25 


29 


14 




8 






1274 
468 


971 
100 


1018 
105 


2215 


189 


56 
6 


817 


74191 
6539 




549 


44 




100 


693 






3187 


742 


778 


1380 


180 


43 


1433 


110281 


100 














150 


10561 


7826 


8205 


15000 


715 


754 


6230 


745999 




144 


73 


20 




237 






671 


659 


691 


593 


53 


39 


655 


82991 


















100 












65 


18456 




362 


289 






651 




100 


7135 


1891 


1983 


4028 


540 


1860 


2626 


180568 


70 


259 




141 


84 


484 


41 


96 


2014 


1499 


1571 


2622 


393 


87 


1494 


161235 






50 




82 


132 


95 






333 
44 


349 

46 


120 




19 
3 




28374 
2348 


4 


174 


88 


88 


139 


489 


78 


55 


1213 


690 


723 


1389 


259 


40 


967 


66035 




539 


142 




31 


712 




80 


1346 


827 


867 


1954 


369 


48 




218506 
















60 


182 


342 


359 


154 


349 


20 


718 


29914 




83 


173 




50 


306 






343 


453 


475 


1293 




20 


602 


76396 


















837 


300 


300 


74 


61 


34 


108 


34847 


















434 


273 


286 


571 




16 


133 


19649 


55 














50 


386 
665 


882 

124 

44 


925 

130 
47 


3503 


460 
352 


51 

7 
3 


788 


81930 

16800 

8297 

2065 




















133 


139 






8 




24284 






50 






50 




39 


218 


390 


409 


615 


340 


23 


100 


40320 




42 


46 




34 


122 


14 


34 


586 


349 


366 


1240 




2 


132 


38501 


590 


294 


149 


149 


42 


634 




108 


3554 
450 


2482 


2602 
300 


2581 
550 


600 


444 
30 


1158 


218618 
27920 




40 


25 




40 


105 




12 


75 


200 












12150 




20 


15 


25 




60 






37 


100 
56 
98 


102 
103 






12 

7 

4 




7609 
4693 
9138 
1544 














27 


78 


1107 
458 

392 


599 

157 

28 

65 

100 


628 
165 


788 
300 


366 

181 


35 
9 

13 


435 
32 


95094 

11933 

1503 

2899 

8883 


















73 


123 


129 






7 




5126 


















142 


75 


78 






4 




4761 


201 


424 


71 




74 


569 






2887 


1503 


1575 


2060 


433 


87 


467 


113667 






60 






60 






188 


308 


323 


586 
132 


252 


18 
13 


262 


75221 
21708 


















436 


285 


298 


576 


216 


17 




23339 




64 


8 




30 


102 






110 






239 




9 




8643 






26 




5 


31 




35 


667 


509 


534 


110 


230 


20 


49 


37606 






18 






18 






345 


89 


93 




100 


5 




7249 




377 








377 




72 


866 


955 


1002 


1826 


314 


55 


1288 


76935 




241 








241 






117 


172 


181 


297 




10 




10814 






14 






14 


31 


38 


1513 
40 


486 


510 


933 
109 




28 
3 




66192 
4342 


25 


100 


100 


50 




250 


25 


100 


2238 


1465 


1536 


2600 


516 


285 


1568 


155706 






30 






30 






425 


139 


145 


400 




8 


225 


13290 




38 


27 


70 


11 


146 


52 


55 


354 


502 


526 


1594 


360 


29 


285 


36832 






21 




15 


36 


26 




286 


149 


156 


142 




9 




10303 


40 


168 


140 




133 


441 






799 


451 


473 


708 




26 


85 


30608 




17 








17 






40 


89 


93 


222 




5 




4626 






33 






33 




50 


738 


1111 


1164 


1894 


343 


64 


300 


111492 






5 


7 




12 


3 


41 


96 


187 


196 


235 


144 


11 




14504 




5 


5 


5 


5 


20 


5 




130 


115 


120 


234 




7 




5714 




5 


7 


5 


72 


89 


36 




114 


252 


264 


160 




15 


200 


22188 






21 






21 




31 


249 
75 


236 
58 


248 
61 






14 




10923 
4678 






10 






10 






70 
44 
70 
60 
40 


147 
151 

126 


154 

158 

79 

132 


601 

314 
143 
257 




9 
9 
4 
7 


139 
158 


14961 
8232 
4970 
4243 

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1845 


373 


391 


373 


102 


22 




25878 


















190 


75 


79 


210 




4 




6223 






105 




100 


205 


50 


39 


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101 
265 


300 
119 
265 


315 
125 
278 




232 


17 

8 

15 


574 


18259 

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33190 


















145 


191 


200 






11 


72 


12018 


301 




26 


21 




47 




54 


506 




403 


1505 


200 




435 


35658 


1000 


328 


200 


40 


30 


598 


75 


84 
130 
130 


1777 
330 


1182 


1239 


2500 


420 
624 
616 


69 


1853 


180484 
34454 
33146 


2422 


4298 


2100 


635 


1077 


8110 j 


558 


1721 


57004 


35004 


36930 


61930 


10509 


4905 


26453 


3781426 



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Pastor 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Abbeville 


Meier, Mark 


380 


19 


3 




1 


7 


2 


6 


386 


97 


5 


69 




15 


Pecan Island 


Meier, Mark 


42 


8 












2 


48 


15 




8 






Camphor Memorial 


Calvin, George W.C. 


549 


13 


7 


2 


5 


4 


3 


5 


554 


480 


8 


146 


95 


45 


Baton Rouge, First 


Hearn, J.Woodrow 


3464 


41 


68 


13 


17 


43 


19 


34 


3473 


869 


50 


640 


400 


19 


Neely 


Avery, Donald R. 


175 












1 


5 


169 


50 


4 


63 






Hartzell 


Avery, Donald R. 


77 
















71 


20 


1 


32 






St. Mark 


Fisher, Kenneth M. 


435 


25 


6 


15 








11 


470 


300 


7 


72 


2 




Wesley 


Haynes, L.L.Jr. 


544 


25 


4 


3 




6 


3 


14 


553 


331 


16 


27 


9 


32 


B.R., University 


Woodland, J. P. Jr. 


1824 


49 


58 


24 


85 


66 


16 


12 


1776 


516 


23 


222 


3 


30 


Franklin, Asbury 


Wilson, J.W. 


122 














4 


118 


54 




32 






Trinity 


Wilson, J.W. 


60 














2 


58 


40 


1 


27 






Franklin, First 


Robinson, Ira M. 


485 


6 


3 


4 


4 


8 


6 


11 


469 


138 


11 


50 


58 


5 


McGowan 


Robinson, Ira M. 


40 


3 








1 




2 


40 


21 


1 


15 


2 




Grand River 


Oldham, John R. 


98 


4 


3 


7 




4 




2 


106 


40 




16 




2 


Donaldsonville 


Oldham, John R. 


69 




2 










1 


70 


25 


1 


10 


10 




Indian Bayou 


Behling, KibbieA. 


238 


5 


7 


2 




2 


1 


6 


243 


84 


2 


44 






Kaplan 


Behling, KibbieA. 


33 


1 










1 




33 


16 


1 


2 


2 




St. Paul 


Wesley, Marshall 


156 


1 












6 


151 


70 


10 


73 






Briggs 


Wesley, Marshall 


32 
















32 


25 




4 






Mt. Zion 


Wesley, Marshall 


47 


2 












3 


46 


25 


3 


4 






St. Peter 


Francis, Eddie 


191 


4 




3 








4 


194 


140 


11 


101 


214 




Trinity 


Francis, Eddie 


24 


4 




6 








1 


33 


8 




9 






Godman 


Francis, Eddie 


37 


2 












2 


37 


10 


4 


6 




10 


Lafayette, Asbury 


Branton, L. Ray 


2304 


48 


118 


39 


588 


79 


29 


7 


1806 


483 


46 


774 


62 


42 


Davidson Memorial 


Evans, Wayne 


141 


5 


7 


1 




5 


1 


1 


147 


72 


5 


50 


19 


5 


Lydia 


Evans, Wayne 


32 


1 


2 




2 








33 


19 


1 


8 


7 




Lafayette, First 


Lynch, W. 0., Jr. 


835 


24 


38 


12 


69 


23 


7 


13 


797 


275 


15 


66 


25 


8 


Ch. of the Covenant 


Taylor, J. Roddy 


281 


10 


28 


32 




16 


9 


1 


325 


147 


12 


40 




9 


Mallalieu 


Betz, Cornelius 


98 


3 




2 




6 






97 


55 


2 


29 






St. James 


Betz, Cornelius 


105 














2 


103 


56 


1 


37 






Lottie 


Henkel, Claude E. 


56 


8 




1 


1 


2 




5 


57 


14 




2 






Rosedale 


Henkel, Claude E. 


73 


6 




1 


4 


2 


1 


2 


71 


45 


5 


19 




3 


Krotz Springs 


Henkel, Claude E. 


41 














1 


40 


12 




6 






Melville 


Chapman, Kenneth 


97 














2 


95 


35 


1 


14 






Palmetto 


Chapman, Kenneth 


40 














1 


39 


25 


1 


13 






New Iberia, First 


Crichlow, Robert B.,Sr. 


898 


16 


23 


9 




12 


7 


8 


919 


200 


16 


119 


115 


9 


St. Martinville 


Crichlow, Robert B.,Sr. 


6 










1 






5 


10 






1 




New Roads 


Lilly, Margaret E. 


36 








3 








33 


17 




7 


7 




St. Paul 


Johnson, Curtis 


15 


3 














18 


10 






1 




Scott Chapel 


Johnson, Curtis 


63 


1 












1 


63 


30 




3 






Louisiana Mem. 


McCutcheon, Wm. M. 


429 


9 


15 


6 




9 


3 


6 


441 


142 


11 


60 




6 


Port Barre 


McCutheon, Wm. M. 


62 


5 








1 






66 


28 


2 


8 






St. Mark 


Gage, Henry 


195 




1 


9 






2 


2 


201 


159 


22 


121 


2 


10 


Washington 


Gage, Henry 


60 




1 






14 


4 


3 


40 


28 


5 


16 






Plaquemine, First 


Cunningham, George B. 


298 


3 








2 




1 


298 


90 




37 


16 


2 


Hurst Chapel 


Davis, Wilbur G.,Sr. 


60 


11 




6 








1 


76 


40 


7 


7 




17 


St. Luke 


Davis, Wilbur G.,Sr. 


32 


13 




4 








1 


48 


20 


5 


27* 




17 


Mallalieu 


Barabin, Walter 


113 


2 




3 








1 


117 


102 


2 


103 


3 


8 


Fitzgerald 


Barabin, Walter 


20 
















20 


17 




6 


2 




Mt. Zion 


Barabin, Walter 


75 


1 




1 






1 


1 


75 


35 


1 


20 


2 




St. Paul 


Southall.ObieJ. 


60 


2 














62 


30 


2 


20 






St. James 


Southall.ObieJ. 


30 


2 














32 


6 


14 








St. Peter 


Scott, Ernest E. 


101 


15 


2 


1 


2 






8 


109 


85 


12 


46 




8 


Green 


Scott, Ernest E. 


25 


1 










2 


1 


23 


20 


2 


15 




1 


Wiley 


Scott, Ernest E. 


42 




1 










1 


42 


35 


3 


13 




1 


St. Peter 


Smith, Bernard M. 


87 


4 












1 


90 


60 


3 


66 


6 


12 


St. James 


Smith, Bernard R. 


86 
















86 


60 


5 


7 


79 




Scott Chapel 


August, W. C. 


179 


5 


2 


2 








1 


187 


101 


15 


94 


15 


5 


Shiloh 


August, W. C. 


67 


2 












2 


67 


37 


4 


21 






Dist. Supt 


Jackson, Moses 






























Director of Program 


Moreland, Byrl 






























Dir. /Special Min. 


Walker, Samuel 
































TOTAL 


16264 


412 


399 


208 


787 


313 


118 


207 


15858 


5974 


379 


3546 


1184 


321 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



219 



Statistical Table No. 1 



CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


U.M.W. 


PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 


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CD 
13 

to 

CD 

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3 


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SO 

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10 

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5 

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a. 

3 
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a S 

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CO 
CD 

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11 

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13 

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to "O 


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CD 

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O CO p 

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£■5 E 

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to 

CD 

TO 
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CD CD u. 
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2 — 

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■- " =A 

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Ill 

CO to £ 


to 

E 
S 

c 
o 
to 
to ■— 

CD CO S 
C o CD 

S»o 
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6 

to « 
CD •»" 

£ CD 

2 CD 
XI Q. 
CD X 
-O <D 

■E £ 
CD S 

£ 5 


Z 


O.E 


>-o 


<o 


h-OT 


.E w 


.E a 


.E co 


5 o 


5D 


<S 


53 


< -lO 


> _i to 


>0 ra 


> < O 


£ cm lu 


O 3. 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


14 


51 


10 


30 


105 


50 


31 


2 








29 




470000 


50000 


18227 






8 


8 


3 


6 


25 


12 




13 












60000 




12610 






59 


190 


139 


88 


476 


325 


75 


163 


9 


35 


600 


47 


150 


304000 


14000 


255000 






82 


239 


169 


589 


1079 


494 


201 


75 


19 






280 


3500 


3146000 


288300 


1500000 


9000 




5 


14 


8 


3 


30 


12 




16 




25 


3000 


12 


600 


60000 




40000 






3 


12 


10 


9 


34 


5 
















30000 




3000 






30 


28 


18 


172 


248 


40 


208 


209 




30 


400 


155 


1200 


186000 


60000 


17762 


26642 




34 


37 


117 


81 


269 


127 


141 


28 


25 


57 


1800 


162 


700 


200000 


325000 




37000 


3900 


49 


212 


113 


335 


709 


212 


120 


265 


20 






205 


1095 


2339920 


217880 


24388 


176067 


3936 


8 


7 


5 


6 


26 


26 








10 




15 




64000 


40000 


25000 






7 


12 


5 


4 


28 


14 








10 


1200 


12 


430 


121000 


16124 


21480 






14 


35 


39 


45 


133 


63 


35 


130 


5 






66 


140 


956000 


116000 


114908 


10000 




3 


10 


5 


10 


28 


14 


9 














180000 


85000 


140300 






10 


8 


6 


20 


44 


20 


15 




3 










195000 


50000 






12300 


4 


8 




6 


18 


12 
















177000 




15729 






11 


31 


6 


24 


72 


46 


25 


87 








35 


353 


57000 
20000 


23000 


21280 
118923 






3 


15 


12 




30 


20 




55 




32 




34 




202500 
15000 
21000 


55000 
4000 




14000 




8 


23 


45 




76 


35 


12 


37 


6 


81 


792 


115 


400 


106000 


53000 




2236 




3 


3 


2 


7 


15 


12 
















85000 










7 


5 


5 




17 


















31000 












293 


125 


181 


599 


321 




475 


43 


34 


580 


125 


856 


2142000 


2755000 


93909 


357657 




13 


32 


10 


37 


92 


36 


14 


29 


2 


14 


30 


19 


485 


400000 


70000 


2000 


16600 




2 


8 






10 


6 


8 














90000 




2500 






35 


141 


33 


189 


398 


205 


15 


65 


12 


20 


300 


124 


162 


1289000 


173000 


25286 


52948 




19 


62 


13 


31 


125 


95 




35 


7 






50 


1600 


925000 


96000 


18667 


409827 




6 


16 


10 


9 


41 


35 


20 


25 








17 




68100 


16500 


2000 






6 


10 


12 


6 


34 


20 


22 


26 








24 




16000 


3000 








1 


4 






5 


4 


8 














75000 


25000 


2673 






4 


3 


3 


10 


20 


10 


8 




3 










142000 




769 






2 


5 


3 




10 


5 


8 










11 




55000 
105100 


1300 
65300 


10060 






1 


8 






9 




























28 


104 


39 


97 


268 


85 


58 


120 


5 


12 




108 


606 


1172340 
8000 


94200 


58900 
2558 


108481 




3 


8 


1 


11 


23 


11 












11 


150 


86000 




12562 






3 




4 


6 


13 








3 






2 




14500 


9200 








1 




10 


5 


16 








1 










17000 


7000 








29 


40 


10 


45 


124 


54 


45 
21 


60 
16 


6 


8 


45 


32 
8 


150 
1001 


5^0000 
130000 


136000 
17150 


21538 
6500 


1800 




4 


15 


9 


4 


32 


25 


10 










43 


1401 


120000 


16000 


105000 




3265 


2 


6 


10 


2 


20 


16 
















24100 






2000 


364 


10 


42 


15 


50 


117 


50 


72 


102 


2 






35 


253 


299000 


45000 


70000 






3 


20 


9 


3 


35 


22 


8 




10 










95000 


7000 


3000 


30000 




4 


15 


24 




43 


30 






13 










15000 


500 


350 






4 


17 


35 


8 


64 


40 






3 


40 


450 






108000 


8800 








2 


6 


3 




11 


9 
















22000 










2 


20 






22 


10 








14 


250 


14 


300 


60000 


20000 








5 


12 


8 




25 


15 


14 




1 










40000 




2000 






2 


20 


6 


2 


30 


12 


























3 


26 






29 


15 








10 




16 




43000 




5402 






4 


19 


8 


5 


36 


25 






1 






16 
18 


250 


17000 
28000 




410 
1700 






5 


1 


10 


10 


35 


20 


5 


3 




10 


25 


30 


264 


100000 


15000 








3 


10 


2 


10 


25 


15 




4 




15 


50 


35 


300 


93000 




30000 






9 


94 


6 


6 


115 


24 


26 


65 


5 


20 


1800 


18 


2000 


142000 

43000 

1045000 


130000 


4000 

12600 

565000 


23000 
150000 




577 


2014 


1135 


2162 


5888 


2754 


1234 


2105 


204 


477 


11322 


1923 


18346 


18555560 


5108254 


3387991 


1427258 


23765 



220 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



BATON ROUGE-LAFAYETTE 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 




Principal and interest paid 
on indebtedness, loans, 
mortgages, etc. 


Paid on building and 
improvements (not including 
funds borrowed) 


E 
a 

If 

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if 

x° 

CD O) 


Other current operating 
expenses (not including 
program expenses) 


co o 

CO g 

o ° 
c >, 
CD .Q 

§£ 
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£ 9 

CD .!= 
CD "D 


Local Church 




CO qj 

wco 

CO — 

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co E 
Q. < 


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CO Q_ 
CO — 

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2 2 

CO ° 

co E 

0. < 


CO 
CO 

co 

"co 

y> «> 

CD CO 

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a = 

O o 
CO c 

co b 
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& 

CO 
CO 

CO 

»i 

CD CL 

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£ => 

CO g 
CO t 

< < 


n 
o 

CO 

+ 

CO 

en 

CO 
"D 
CO 
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«j 

o 


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CO o 
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*_ CO 
CD Q_ 

£■0 
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-OCL 

£ <" 

CO o 
CD ™ 

5 < 


tn_ 
£ 

£ CO 

O co 

*_ CO . 
CD < 

B-a 

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■oQ-i 

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CO U 

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CD g 

= o 

5< 


a 
o 

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+ 

CO 

o 

-a 

CO 

a. 

ra 
o 

1- 


CD 
O 

c 

CO 

§S 

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SO. 

>2 
5 co 

1- 0- 


CD "Tn 
O -2- 

C CD 
™ CO 

J "8 

< 8 

-CD< 

2 co 

1- Q. 


a 

+ 

CO 

"D 

CO 
Ql 

75 


Church/Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


Abbeville 




4477 


2650 


20202 


2753 


11700 


11700 








1800 




1800 


2700 




2700 


Pecan Island 


46 






2590 




780 


780 














900 




900 


Camphor Memorial 




3000 


3655 


7465 


300 


16495 


16495 








2700 




2700 


1800 




1800 


Baton Rouge, First 


3000 


53540 


30449 


142170 


622207 


33000 


33000 


47400 


47400 


80400 


2100 


4700 


6800 


3600 


10800 


14400 


Neely 






1320 


3281 


1314 


8427 


8427 








1752 




1752 


2035 




2035 


Hartzell 






450 


900 




2904 


2904 














275 




275 


St. Mark 


18800 


3824 


2164 


15101 


10166 


11440 


11440 








1800 




2350 


4360 




4360 


Wesley 


32570 


3550 


3045 


19022 


1377 


16787 


16787 








876 




876 


3521 




3521 


B. R. University 


31681 


29126 


8174 


111398 


31144 


31000 


31000 


22800 


22800 


53800 


1374 


1064 


2438 


3600 


14400 


18000 


Franklin, Asbury 




2046 


132 


1496 


179 


4722 


4722 








750 




750 


300 




300 


Trinity 




524 


210 


3389 


105 


3480 


3480 








649 




649 


300 




300 


Franklin, First 


11760 


7676 


4260 


28826 


5154 


16800 


16800 








1800 




1800 


3000 




3000 


McGowan 




8500 


100 


2946 


349 


4600 


4600 














600 




600 


Grand River 


8825 


39473 


570 


3089 




2808 


2808 








1506 




1506 


3600 




3600 


Donaldsville 






300 


5000 




4302 


4197 








900 




900 


1800 




1800 


Indian Bayou 




4648 


1099 


2871 


846 


5820 


5820 








900 




900 


2275 




2275 


Kaplan 




5878 




324 


220 


3280 


3280 








300 




300 


1325 




1325 


St. Paul 


5992 




105 


1994 


300 


6000 


6000 








900 




900 


900 




900 


Briggs 








739 


300 


1800 


1800 




















Mt. Zion 








575 




1218 


1218 




















St. Peter 


4461 


579 


909 


1510 




5160 


5160 








360 




360 


252 




252 


Trinity 






40 


41 




480 


480 




















Godman 




2000 


60 


120 




1140 


1140 








150 




150 


360 




360 


Lafayette, Asbury 


49418 


36120 


13412 


105597 


34749 


31300 


31300 


12000 


12000 


43300 


1800 


1800 


3600 


3600 


3600 


7200 


Davidson Memorial 


7480 


2989 


2027 


6955 


1658 


8040 


8040 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Lydia 




90 


103 


1105 


473 


3000 


3000 




















Lafayette, First 


24206 


32032 


9151 


72231 


14152 


23800 


23800 








1800 




1800 


3900 




3900 


Ch. of the Covenant 


47840 


32153 


7827 


14689 


876 


16400 


16400 








1650 




1650 


3550 




3550 


Mallalieu 






965 


2150 




4420 


4420 








640 




640 








St. James 






1305 


2852 




4420 


4420 














360 




360 


Lottie 






40 


1650 


436 


5600 


5600 














1000 




1000 


Rosedale 




1576 


584 


2464 


594 


5300 


5300 














1000 




1000 


Krotz Springs 




200 


131 


508 


161 


1047 


1047 








143 




143 


1005 




1005 


Melville 




287 


216 


371 




2700 


2700 








960 




960 


1620 




1620 


Palmetto 




5500 


443 


1085 




1500 


1500 








240 




240 


1260 




1260 


New Iberia, First 


17838 


21970 


8425 


54450 


2879 


22757 


22757 








1800 




1800 


4200 




4200 


St. Martinville 




1558 




122 


55 


1200 


1200 




















New Roads 




781 


128 


926 


94 


1740 


1740 














996 




996 


St. Paul 




100 




240 




720 


720 




















Scott Chapel 




200 




240 




900 


900 




















Louisiana Mem. 


3934 


2264 


2062 


24622 


1178 


15200 


15200 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Port Barre 






135 


1555 


40 


4200 


4200 




















St. Mark 


581 


1733 


361 


5203 


303 


10400 


10400 








1065 




1065 


2800 




2800 


Washington 


1000 




50 


740 




2400 


2400 














600 




600 


Plaquemine, First 




6933 


4264 


8278 


1240 


10500 


10500 








2400 




2400 


3600 




3600 


Hurst Chapel 




6492 




1375 




4800 


4800 














400 




400 


St. Luke 






150 


75 




1440 


1440 














200 




200 


Mallalieu 




2500 


560 


625 


2553 


6760 


6760 








396 




396 


672 




672 


Fitzgerald 






49 


328 




1080 


1080 




















Mt. Zion 




870 


175 


1200 




1716 


1716 








200 




200 


200 




200 


St. Paul 












1560 


1560 














150 




150 


St. James 


1063 






600 




600 


600 














20 




50 


St. Peter 




288 


175 


74 




1368 


1368 








820 




820 


1234 




1234 


Green 








649 




547 


547 








68 




68 


274 




274 


Wiley 




250 


62 


233 


476 


984 


984 








98 




98 


342 




342 


St. Peter 




623 


35 




200 


5200 


5200 








600 




600 


584 




584 


St. James 






200 


215 




4420 


4420 








600 




600 


545 




545 


Scott Chapel 


9216 


1000 


300 


2200 


350 


7209 


7209 








1196 




1196 


650 




650 


Shiloh 








760 




2043 


2043 








150 




150 


240 




240 


Dist. Supt. 












25900 


25900 








1800 




1800 


5700 




5700 


Director of Program 












25900 


25900 








1800 




1800 


5700 




5367 


Dir. /Special Min. 












25900 


25900 








1800 




1800 


5700 




5700 


TOTAL 


27971 1 


327350 


113027 


691416 


739181 


489114 


489009 


82200 


82200 


177500 


46243 


7564 


54357 


96805 


28800 


125302 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



221 



Statistical Table 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


Q. 
O 

C 
O 

II 

si 

CO < 

.£ tj 

I! 

CD c 

tj 
£ra 

= CD 


Q. 
O 
O 
O 
CO 

^z CO 
CO Q_ 
.= -0 

II 

CD c 

tj 
2 ra 

£ CD 


c 
g 

ra 

CO CD 
CD -0 

s§ 

Oli 


c 
g 

ra 

.22 

'c 

I 

CD "□ 

i § 

Oll 


c 
g 

ra 

.2 

'c 

I tj 

TJ CD 
< § 

if 

CO TJ 


c 
g 

ra 

"co 

'c 

E 

13 

< 

ra 

c 
-0 

P 

CO "O 

3 3 
-3 U. 


c 
g 

ra 

CO 
|- 

■0 g 

< C 

CD O 

" a- 

CD < 

£% 

C c 

3 

O LL 




Pension And 
Benefit Funds 
Apportioned 


CO 

■o -o 
c c 
< => 
ct 
o ~ 
co a> _ 
c c a 
cd <b to 

Q_ CD Q_ 


CO 

c 
CD 
TJ 

li 

c c 
c o 

CD p 

§-° 

o< 


£ 
c 

<D 

c 
_c 
o 

Q. 
3 T3 

W'S 

C TJ 

l S 

D Li. 


TJ 

C 

if -o 

U- tl) 
Q..2 

5 o 

<2 Q. 
Q. Q. 
LLI < 


TJ 

c 

3 

li- 
ra 
a. 
o 
a 

CO TJ 

n'ra 

uj a. 


TJ 

$° 

_co o 

CO '■p 
CO o 

(]> Q. 

!< 

.■K TJ 

3 C 
CT 3 
UJ LL 


ra 
n 

CO 

al 

CO °- 

■■= TJ 

3 C 

cr 3 

UJ LL 


tj 
< 

2-5 
£ c 

CD o 

Ot 

>. o 

5& 

o < 

%-° 

t c 

CD 3 
1- LL 


TJ 
< 

CO 

CD 

c 

CD 
O 

2 co 

a. 

I? 

CD 3 
1- LL 


c 
g 

ra 

0) 

|| 

■0 g 
< r 

CD O 

<■> 9- 
c S- 

CD < 

a -8 

c c 

3 

OIL 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 


2880 


2880 


891 


891 


197 


197 


69 


69 


69 


69 


46 


46 


121 


121 


44 


44 


817 


817 


268 


268 


83 


83 


18 


18 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


76 


76 


3267 


3267 


1011 


1011 


224 


224 


78 


78 


78 


78 


52 


52 


137 


137 


50 


50 


927 


927 


23776 


23776 


7359 


7359 


1630 


1630 


566 


566 


566 


566 


378 




996 


996 


362 


362 


6748 


6748 


1416 


1416 


438 


438 


97 


97 


34 


34 


34 


34 


23 


23 


59 


59 


22 


22 


402 


402 


474 


474 


147 


147 


32 


32 


11 


11 


11 


11 


8 


8 


20 


20 


7 


7 


134 


134 


2693 


2693 


833 


833 


185 


185 


64 


64 


64 


64 


43 


43 


113 


113 


41 


41 


764 


764 


3316 


2666 


1026 


1026 


227 


227 


79 


79 


79 


79 


53 


53 


139 


69 


51 




941 


941 


13726 


13726 


4249 


4249 


941 


941 


327 


327 


327 


327 


218 


218 


575 


575 


209 


209 


3896 


3896 


746 


746 


231 


231 


51 


51 


18 


18 


18 


18 


12 


12 


31 


31 


11 


11 


212 


212 


412 


412 


128 


128 


28 


28 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


17 


17 


6 


6 


117 


117 


4085 


4085 


1264 


1264 


280 


280 


97 


97 


97 


97 


65 


65 


171 


171 


62 


62 


1159 


1159 


402 


402 


124 


124 


28 


28 


10 


10 


10 


10 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


114 


114 


796 


796 


246 


246 


55 


55 


19 


19 


19 


19 


13 


13 


33 


33 


12 


12 


226 


226 


597 


597 


185 


185 


41 


41 


14 


14 


14 


14 


9 




25 


15 


9 


9 


169 


169 


1462 


1462 


452 


452 


100 


100 


35 


35 


35 


35 


23 


23 


61 


61 


22 


22 


415 


415 


381 


381 


118 


118 


26 


26 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


108 


108 


1043 


1043 


323 


323 


72 


72 


25 


25 


25 


25 


17 


17 


44 


44 


16 


16 


386 


386 


230 


230 


71 


71 


16 


16 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


65 


65 


259 


259 


80 


61 


18 


18 


6 


6 


6 




4 




11 




4 




73 


56 


1123 


1123 


347 


347 


77 


77 


27 


27 


27 


27 


18 


18 


47 


47 


17 


17 


319 


319 


85 


85 


26 


26 


6 


6 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


24 


24 


203 


203 


63 


63 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


58 


58 


15725 


15725 


4867 


4867 


1078 


1078 


374 


374 


374 


374 


250 


250 


659 


659 


240 


240 


4463 


4463 


967 


967 


299 


299 


66 


66 


23 


23 


23 


23 


15 


15 


41 


41 


15 


15 


275 


275 


314 


314 


97 


97 


22 


22 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


89 


89 


7682 


7682 


2378 


2378 


527 


527 


183 


183 


183 


183 


122 


122 


322 


322 


117 


117 


2180 


2180 


2404 


2404 


744 


744 


165 


165 


57 


57 


57 


57 


38 


38 


101 


101 


37 


37 


682 


682 


791 


791 


245 


245 


54 


54 


19 


19 


19 


19 


13 


13 


33 


33 


12 


12 


225 


225 


771 


771 


239 


239 


53 


53 


18 


18 


18 


18 


12 


12 


32 


32 


12 


12 


219 


219 


617 


617 


191 


191 


42 


42 


15 


15 


15 




10 




26 




9 




175 


44 


698 


698 


216 


216 


48 


48 


17 


17 


17 


17 


11 


11 


29 


29 


11 


11 


198 


198 


310 


310 


96 


96 


21 


21 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


88 


1 


653 


653 


202 


202 


45 


45 


16 


16 


16 


16 


10 


10 


27 


27 


10 


10 


185 


185 


273 


273 


84 


84 


19 


19 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


77 


77 


6347 


6347 


1965 


1965 


435 


435 


151 


151 


151 


151 


101 


101 


266 


266 


99 


99 


1801 


1801 


57 


57 


18 


18 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


16 


16 


278 


278 


86 


86 


19 


19 


7 


7 


7 


7 


4 


4 


12 


12 


4 


4 


79 


79 


93 


93 


29 


29 


6 


6 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


26 


26 


280 


166 


87 


87 


19 




7 




7 




4 




12 




4 




80 


80 


3276 


3276 


1014 


1014 


225 


225 


78 


78 


78 


78 


52 




137 


137 


50 


50 


930 


930 


477 


477 


148 


148 


33 


33 


11 


11 


11 


11 


8 


8 


20 


20 


7 


7 


135 


135 


1541 


1541 


477 


477 


106 


106 


37 


37 


37 


37 


25 


25 


65 


65 


23 


23 


437 


437 


363 


363 


112 


112 


25 


25 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


15 


15 


6 


6 


103 


103 


2277 


2277 


705 


705 


156 


156 


54 


54 


54 


54 


36 


36 


95 


95 


35 


35 


646 


646 


500 


500 


155 


155 


34 


34 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


8 


8 


142 


142 


190 


146 


59 


59 


13 


13 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


54 


54 


766 


766 


237 


237 


53 


53 


18 


18 


18 


18 


12 


12 


32 


32 


12 


12 


217 


217 


140 


140 


43 


43 


10 


10 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


42 


42 


407 


407 


126 


126 


28 


28 


10 


10 


10 


10 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


116 




338 


338 


104 


104 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


14 


14 


' 5 


5 


96 


96 


149 


149 


46 


46 


10 


10 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


52 


42 


520 


520 


161 


161 


36 


36 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


22 


22 


8 


8 


148 


148 


130 


130 


40 


40 


9 


9 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


37 


37 


239 


239 


74 


74 


16 


16 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


68 


68 


682 


682 


211 


211 


47 


47 


16 


16 


16 


16 


11 


11 


29 


29 


10 


10 


193 


193 


655 


655 


203 


203 


45 


45 


16 


16 


16 


16 


10 


10 


27 


27 


10 


10 


186 


186 


1113 


1113 


344 


344 


76 


76 


26 


26 


26 


26 


18 


18 


47 


47 


17 


17 


316 


316 


381 


381 


118 


118 


26 


26 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


108 


108 


5684 




































121728 


115236 


35915 


35896 


7957 


7938 


2763 


2756 


2763 


2735 


1843 


1386 


4861 


4732 


1771 


1703 


33034 


32673 



222 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



BATON ROUGE-LAFAYETTE 





CONNECT. 
ADMIN. 
FUNDS 


BENEVOLENCES 




World Service and 
Conference Benevolences 
Apportioned 


World Service and 
Conference Benevolences 
Paid 


c 
o 

If 

LU C 

— o 

CO Q. 
C O. 

£ < 

I if 


c 
o 

(0 

o 

3 
TJ 
111 

«5 
= to 
£ O- 

c c 
5£ 


T3 

C 
3 

LL 

CD 

CD CD 

II 

■* 2 

s& 

m < 


c 

3 
Li. 
CD 
O) 

O 

o 

O 13 

™ (0 

m o. 


CD "D 

■— Q> 

o o 

o< 
« "g 

en c 


CO 
CD 

O 

£ 
«« 


CO 
CD 

O 

a. 

15 

c 
g 

CO "D 

o c 

3 3 
111 LL 






c 
o 

2 
« 

'c 
£ ~° 

P 
< o 

O S 

■^ o 

i& 

Q< 


c 
o 

to 

(7) 

'c 
I 

< 
t T3 

£'5 

O O. 


CD 
O 

c 

CO 

> 
•o 
< 

— CO 

2"co 

CD "o 
C 
CD Q. 


Church/Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


Abbeville 


975 


975 


1470 


1470 


535 


535 


255 


255 


199 


199 


219 


172 


Pecan Island 


89 


89 


137 


137 


50 


50 


24 


24 


18 


18 


20 




Camphor Memorial 


1056 


1056 


1668 


1668 


607 


607 


289 


289 


226 


226 


249 




Baton Rouge, First 


7551 


7551 


12137 


12137 


4416 


4416 


2106 


2106 


1642 


1642 


1812 


6300 


Neely 


539 




733 


560 


263 




125 




L_ 98 








Hartzell 


167 


167 


242 


242 


88 


88 


42 


42 


33 


33 


36 




St. Mark 


890 


890 


1375 


1375 


500 


500 


238 


238 


186 


186 


205 


118 


Wesley 


1059 


859 


1693 


1384 


616 




294 


294 


229 


229 






B. Ft., University 


4399 


4399 


7007 


7007 


2549 


2549 


1216 


1216 


948 


948 


1046 


1000 


Franklin, Asbury 


263 


263 


381 


381 


139 


139 


66 


66 


52 


52 


57 




Trinity 


179 


179 


210 


210 


77 


77 


37 


37 


28 


28 


31 




Franklin, First 


1442 


1442 


2085 


2085 


759 


759 


362 


362 


282 


282 


311 


1370 


McGowan 


240 


240 


205 


205 


75 


75 


36 


36 


28 


28 


31 




Grand River 


267 


267 


406 


406 


148 


148 


70 


70 


55 


55 


61 




Donaldsonville 


187 


187 


305 


100 


111 




53 


53 


41 








Indian Bayou 


48 


48 


746 


746 


271 


271 


129 


129 


101 


101 


111 




Kaplan 


41 


41 


195 


195 


71 


71 


34 


34 


26 


26 


29 




St. Paul 


360 


360 


532 


532 


194 


194 


92 


92 


72 


72 


79 


70 


Briggs 


80 


80 


117 


117 


43 


43 


20 


20 


16 


16 


18 




Mt. Zion 


60 


60 


132 




48 




23 




18 








St. Peter 


301 


301 


573 


573 


208 


208 


99 


99 


78 


78 


86 




Trinity 






43 


43 


16 


16 


8 


8 


6 


6 


6 




Godman 


79 


79 


104 


104 


38 


38 


18 


18 


14 


14 


15 




Lafayette, Asbury 


4685 


4685 


8027 


8027 


2920 


2920 


1393 


1393 


1086 


1086 


1198 


5433 


Davidson Memorial 


413 


413 


494 


494 


180 


180 


86 


86 


67 


67 


74 


24 


Lydia 


30 


30 


160 


160 


58 


58 


28 


28 


22 


22 


24 


5 


Lafayette, First 


3192 


3192 


3921 


3921 


1427 


1427 


680 


680 


530 


530 




2533 


Ch. of the Covenant 


720 


720 


1227 


1227 


446 


446 


213 


213 


166 


166 


183 




Mallalieu 






404 


404 


147 


147 


70 


70 


55 


55 


60 




St. James 






394 


394 


143 


143 


68 


68 


53 


53 


59 




Lottie 


206 




315 


79 


115 




55 




43 








Rosedale 


263 


263 


356 


356 


130 


110 


62 


50 


48 


40 


53 




Krotz Springs 


127 




158 




58 




27 




21 








Melville 


234 


234 


333 


333 


121 


121 


58 


58 


45 


45 






Palmetto 






139 


139 


51 


51 


24 


24 


19 


19 


21 




New Iberia, First 


2114 


2114 


3240 


3240 


1179 


1179 


562 


562 


438 


438 


484 




St. Martinville 


31 


31 


29 


29 


11 


11 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 




New Roads 


94 


94 


142 


142 


52 


52 


25 


25 


19 


19 


21 


271 


St. Paul 






47 


47 


17 


17 


9 


9 


6 


6 


7 




Scott Chapel 






143 


143 


52 




25 


25 


19 


19 






Louisiana Mem. 


1057 


1057 


1672 


1672 


608 


608 


290 


290 


226 


226 


250 


268 


Port Barre 


190 


190 


244 


244 


89 


89 


42 


42 


33 


33 


36 




St. Mark 


500 


500 


786 


786 


286 


286 


136 


136 


106 


106 


117 




Washington 


122 


122 


185 


185 


67 


67 


32 


32 


25 


25 


28 


30 


Plaquemine First 


748 


748 


1162 


1162 


423 


423 


202 


202 


157 


157 


173 


10620 


Hurst Chapel 


155 


166 


255 


255 


93 


93 


44 


44 


35 


35 


38 




St. Luke 






97 


97 


35 


35 


17 


17 


13 


13 


15 




Mallalieu 


250 


250 


391 


391 


142 


142 


68 


68 


53 


53 


58 




Fitzgerald 


43 


43 


71 


71 


26 


26 


12 


12 


10 


10 


11 




Mt. Zion 


116 


116 


208 


208 


76 


76 


36 


36 


28 


28 


31 




St. Paul 


116 


116 


172 


172 


63 


63 


30 


30 


23 


23 


26 




St. James 






76 


76 


28 


6 


13 




10 


11 






St. Peter 






266 


266 


97 


97 


46 


46 


36 


36 


40 




Green 






66 


66 


24 


24 


11 


11 


9 


9 


10 




Wiley 






122 


122 


44 


44 


21 


21 


17 


17 


18 




St. Peter 


214 


214 


348 


348 


127 


127 


60 


60 


47 


47 


52 




St. James 


205 


205 


334 


334 


122 


122 


58 


58 




45 


50 




Scott Chapel 


352 


352 


568 


568 


207 


207 


99 


99 


77 


77 


85 




Shiloh 


142 


142 


195 


195 


71 


71 


34 


34 


26 


26 


29 




Dist. Supt. 


























Director of Program 
Dir./Special Min. 


























TOTAL 


36591 


35530 


59243 


58030 


21557 


20252 


10277 


10022 


7968 


7774 


7688 


28214 



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BENEVOLENCES 








General Church 




























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61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 




449 


42 




108 


599 






982 


850 


891 


520 




49 


1069 


60201 




125 


25 






150 






60 


79 


83 






5 




5507 


92 


96 


153 


168 


141 


558 




100 


358 


964 


1011 


1000 


347 


56 


150 


49970 




2200 








2200 






6900 


7020 


7359 


11060 


1500 




5455 


1072427 
21214 




















140 


147 






8 




6276 




70 


104 




169 


343 




55 


251 


795 


833 






46 


1200 


80040 


25 


25 


25 


10 


10 


70 


5 




200 


100 


199 






22 


550 


90003 




869 


439 


433 


32 


1741 
32 




232 


5763 


509 
220 


4249 
231 


6522 


780 


235 

13 


2315 


350740 
12409 




















122 


128 






7 




10211 




441 


404 




160 


1005 




100 


2489 


1206 


1264 


4469 


528 


200 


2517 


106945 






24 




5 


29 






109 
255 
177 


119 
235 
176 


124 
246 
155 


457 


75 


21 

14 




18829 
63047 
14621 






24 






24 






327 


432 


452 






440 


350 


24495 






35 


37 




72 






336 


113 


118 


236 




115 




13392 






28 






28 






50 
20 


238 
68 


323 
71 


120 
150 




18 
4 




19418 
3856 
2253 




15 






15 


3 






140 
194 


331 
25 
60 


347 
26 
63 


299 




19 
1 
2 


17 
2 
3 


17761 
1039 
4588 




1086 


500 


90 


328 


2004 




156 


12228 


4642 


4867 


3921 


2058 


270 


1400 


377714 


29 


10 


5 


2 


1 


18 


18 


55 


1083 


286 


299 


766 


290 


17 


195 


40667 






11 




5 


16 






66 


93 


97 


198 




5 




6132 


27 


38 


198 


22 


28 


286 






6977 


2268 


2378 


4497 


596 


132 


2971 


227481 






35 


20 




55 




100 


929 
15 


710 
234 
228 


744 
245 
239 


752 


360 


41 
14 
13 


913 


136829 
10830 
11508 
















59 


10 
375 
134 
717 
293 


121 

193 
81 


191 
216 

202 
84 


50 
118 

410 


275 
18 

160 


25 
5 

11 
5 




10324 

14434 

3794 

9802 

11229 




90 


80 


20 


65 


255 


20 


114 


1520 


1874 
17 


1965 
18 


1538 




109 
1 


2206 


163253 
3157 




71 


5 


5 




81 




10 


533 


82 
27 
40 


86 
29 
40 


184 


50 


5 
2 




6816 
1368 
1940 


250 


105 


95 




50 


250 




96 


1098 


967 


1014 


1539 


428 


56 


754 


71271 




5 


22 




7 


34 






238 


141 


148 


165 




8 




8148 




25 


25 
20 


25 




75 
20 




52 


200 
80 


455 
107 


477 
112 


1150 


306 


26 
6 


470 


30336 
6252 




50 


1827 


129 


110 


2116 






3086 


672 


705 


1993 


300 


139 


600 


65469 




20 








20 








148 
56 


155 
59 


229 




9 
3 




15151 
2456 




20 


100 


40 


20 


180 




226 


390 




237 


500 


62 


13 




18001 






25 




9 


34 






49 


41 


43 






2 




2050 




20 




14 


10 


44 






97 


120 


126 




5 


7 




5865 


















27 


100 
21 


104 






6 




2978 
2692 




161 








161 






163 


154 
38 


161 
40 






9 
2 




6019 
1969 




39 








39 








71 


74 






4 




3282 
















37 


128 


201 


200 


9 


58 


12 


264 


10214 








50 




50 






175 


193 


203 




370 


11 


220 


9184 




30 




40 


61 


131 




22 


267 
30 


329 
112 


344 
118 


200 


80 


19 

7 




26884 

4636 

33384 
















130 










676 
150 






33873 
33550 


423 


6060 


4251 


1105 


1334 


12750 


43 


1544 


49519 


28624 


34340 


43052 


9472 


2269 


23621 


3480184 



224 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



LAKE CHARLES 



Church and Charge 



Pastor 



CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 



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Cameron 
Grand Chenier 
Church Point 
Maxie 
ViMe Platte 



Peterson, Robert W. 
Peterson, Robert W. 
Avant, Nathan T. 
Avant, Nathan T. 
Avant, Nathan T. 



123 
54 
60 
17 
34 



130 
55 
63 
16 
35 



32 
46 
37 
12 
16 



26 

15 

8 

1 



12 
4 

12 
1 
2 



Crowley, First 
DeQuincy 
DeRidder, First 
Wesley 
Merryville 



Robertson, Larry D. 
Scarf, John E. 
Winegeart, Jack S. 
Baker, Arthur M. 
Baker, Arthur M. 



626 
291 
631 
182 
84 



6 
7 

15 
2 

10 



5 
5 
23 
4 
2 



11 
5 

8 
3 
1 



613 
293 
619 
182 
98 



134 
85 

230 
81 
41 



34 

30 

111 

24 



5 
25 
46 



Elizabeth 
Hopewell 
Pine Grove 
Eunice 
lota 



Foreman, Glynn 
Foreman, Glynn 
Foreman, Glynn 
McVay, George A. 
McVay, George A. 



55 
70 
15 
303 
30 



52 
69 
14 
299 
29 



22 
38 
9 
90 
21 



2 
1 

41 

7 



Fairview 

Sweetlake 

Gueydan 

Iowa 

Hayes 



Corie, FinasP. 
Corie, Finas P. 
Hoover, Joe A. 
Rowell, William A.,Jr. 
Rowell, William A.,Jr. 



80 

82 

217 

207 

31 



10 
4 



77 

82 

229 

211 

28 



22 
65 
75 
76 
16 



19 
20 
49 
33 



32 
12 



Jennings, First 

Trinity 

Kinder 

Oberlin 

Basile 



Pyles, Jimmie D. 
Wilson, Thomas A. 
VanHorn, Gary L. 
Van Horn, Gary L. 
Van Horn, Gary L. 



505 

121 

132 

34 

27 



12 



518 

110 

136 

34 

23 



160 
55 
70 
17 
12 



36 
10 
10 

1 



20 



Lake Arthur 
Lake Charles, First 
Oak Park 
St. Luke 
Simpson 



Hodges.A.Swendell.Jr. 
Galloway, Benedict A. 
Caraway, Steven W. 
Simmons, Charles B. 
Stout, Ned L. 



214 
1658 
299 
226 
316 



3 
14 

2 
12 

9 



2 

25 
8 

29 
1 



10 



1 

57 
16 
10 

7 



8 
19 



5 

41 

2 

2 

5 



203 
1600 
267 
267 
313 



57 
373 

80 
135 
125 



3 

13 

3 

6 



16 
112 
12 
50 
37 



29 
44 
3 
30 
30 



University 
Warren 
Leesville, First 
Holly Grove 
Mt. Zion 



Smith, WoodrowW. 
Harry, Richard H. 
Garrett, Roy L. 
Garrett, Roy L. 
Simon, DanC. 



1822 

397 

389 

58 

78 



35 
2 
6 



72 

13 
2 



23 

6 

1 

5 



32 
1 

4 



11 
17 



1894 

370 

404 

60 

83 



475 

250 

131 

24 

80 



37 
9 
5 
3 

1 



170 

124 

17 

21 



220 
9 
8 

22 



Macedonia 
Maplewood 
Moss Bluff 
Oakdale 
Pine Prairie 



Simon, DanC. 
Jones, James 
Barron, Claude E. 
Milton, W. Spiller 
Milton, W. Spiller 



70 
344 
218 
261 

11 



75 
334 
226 
264 

11 



70 
101 
68 
85 
17 



15 

32 

77 

5 



5 

14 

21 

4 

1 



Prospect 

Hornbeck 

Raymond 

Elton 

Rayne 



Moon, Bill 
Moon, Bill 
Logan, James 
Logan, James 
Stringfield, Mickey D. 



80 
44 

109 
90 

204 



31 



2 
1 
2 

14 



83 
43 

109 
88 

155 



35 
30 
72 
30 
35 



9 
13 
15 
10 

9 



Branch 
Ebenezer 
Roanoke 
Crowley. Wesley 
Squyres 



Henning Memorial 

Sulphur, Wesley 

Hackberry 

Vinton 

Welsh, First 



Stringfield, Mickey D. 
Stringfield, Mickey D. 
Bailes, Homer V. 
Bailes, Homer V. 
Risinger, Donald M. 



24 

116 

167 

91 

81 



22 

116 

169 

88 

86 



10 
56 
77 
55 
65 



9' 
26 
17 

25 



10 



42 



Edwards, Conrad P. 
Hebert, Richard C. 
Hebert, Richard C. 
Crofoot, Raymond M. 
McLaurin, Michael D. 



1181 

302 

35 

235 

285 



20 
4 
1 
8 
2 



30 
9 
1 
6 

9 



1 

10 

1 
1 



18 
4 
2 
4 
3 



1214 

307 

34 

243 

285 



350 

130 

15 

85 

100 



30 
11 

2 

6 



270 

38 

4 

30 

47 



270 



35 

15 



Jones 
Mallalieu 
Westlake 
Dist. Supt. 



Thomas, Wesley 
Thomas, Wesley 
Standley, Theo S. 
Cooke, Jack 
TOTAL 



75 

59 

290 

13840 



1 

1 

16 

"226 



10 



328 



139 



86 1 263 



108 



195 



76 

60 

317 

13881 



44 
40 

121 

4883 



11 



233 



10 



1698 



35 



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475 

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115000 

42000 

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12 


32 


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36 


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61 


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970000 


135000 


31473 






16 


42 


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143 


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19 


97 


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339 


227000 


50000 


22328 


11481 




39 


72 


41 


184 


336 


180 


78 


36 


8 




2146 


70 


540 


1433800 


100000 




142000 




12 


25 


18 


26 


81 


44 




15 


2 






25 


1947 


100000 


60000 


3241 






4 


14 


8 


16 


42 


21 




25 


2 






9 


182 


25000 




2687 






1 






8 


9 


6 
















65000 


23000 








9 


10 


5 


21 


45 


30 
















113000 
4500 










14 


36 


19 


47 


116 


79 


21 


11 


2 






21 


489 


225000 
75000 


75000 


25000 


18200 




5 


6 




18 


29 


12 


14 


45 












100000 


60000 




5764 




10 


32 


15 


30 


87 


55 


19 


43 












130000 










19 


33 


14 


37 


103 


48 


37 


50 


10 






43 


461 


160000 


45000 


9038 






8 


19 


19 


21 


67 


27 


20 


48 


4 






36 


288 


212000 
32300 


49800 


2900 


10500 




33 


77 


32 


80 


222 


110 


80 


22 


6 


30 


5000 


38 


2000 


800000 


100000 


35000 


80000 




10 


11 


13 


10 


44 


33 




10 








10 


400 


125000 


70000 


13000 






6 


18 


10 


19 


53 


29 












13 




256900 


72000 








3 






18 


21 


14 
















30000 
33300 










9 


24 


14 


20 


67 


32 


6 




3 


16 




20 


58 


130000 


60000 


70000 






74 


85 


28 


247 


434 


27 


167 


224 


12 




215 


2225 


3380000 


218150 


150000 


950000 






7 


8 


4 


25 


44 


30 


15 


25 


1 


20 




26 


1934 


385000 


75000 


66435 


48766 




16 


20 


27 


35 


98 


60 


7 


110 








20 


364 


344150 


75000 


123000 


37464 




12 


29 


7 


55 


103 


50 


25 


55 


9 


15 


150 


40 


2584 


460000 


75000 


12000 


35192 




92 


215 


125 


276 


708 


282 


395 


563 


30 


55 


565 


161 


1794 


1937915 


222117 


64000 


390660 




9 


20 


17 


15 


61 


55 


30 


40 


2 


45 


700 


60 


800 


300000 


70000 




12000 




24 


27 


25 


50 


126 


64 


29 


52 


5 


15 


2500 


38 


2867 


428000 


94500 


100000 


15028 




3 






16 


19 


13 


10 














97000 




14000 






15 


24 


13 


30 


82 


40 


15 


10 


9 


10 




15 




60000 










10 


7 


8 


20 


45 


30 


10 


5 


4 










40000 










14 


31 


7 


47 


99 


51 


5 




5 


14 


206 


37 


3347 


268000 


55000 


65169 






8 


45 


24 


47 


124 


50 




17 


4 






21 


879 


142000 


90000 


15634 






15 


40 


19 


64 


138 


75 


28 


50 

7 












375000 
55000 


48000 




90000 




6 


9 




20 


35 


20 












12 




64000 


20000 








5 


11 


3 


7 


26 


25 






1 






10 


995 


23000 




300 






12 


35 


17 


33 


97 


45 


12 




6 


12 




31 


649 


145000 


95000 


21000 


30250 




5 


4 


2 


11 


22 


12 












13 


249 


33000 




25000 






4 


20 




16 


40 




5 


10 








22 


35385 


200000 


60000 


































10000 










6 


10 


22 


23 


61 


35 


6 


20 








11 


69 


108000 


40000 


35000 






10 


17 


5 


29 


61 


61 


33 


75 


2 


10 


60 


10 


158 


173000 


48000 


5467 


1800 




4 


9 


8 


5 


26 


23 


43 






8 




11 


300 


135000 




4056 






10 


22 


21 


31 


84 


45 


14 


68 


4 






24 


877 


171133 




82 


12404 




28 


133 


88 


160 


409 


150 


750 


250 


18 


15 




112 


2996 


1140000 


137500 


97452 


49482 


25000 


28 


70 


18 


90 


206 


90 


15 
12 


50 


3 


25 


100 


48 


620 


342635 
60480 


61200 


63200 
2500 


79000 




18 


18 


20 


30 


86 


50 


15 


20 


2 






15 




36000 


14000 


25000 




2151 


16 


38 


8 


33 


95 


48 


20 


63 


1 






35 


404 


422800 


70000 


50862 






16 


32 


25 


16 


89 


60 


6 


8 




10 








180000 










3 


16 


9 


3 


31 


15 


6 


8 




10 








26000 










23 


55 


22 


62 


162 


79 


25 


7 


6 






40 


218 


136000 
140000 


60000 
75000 


71361 
235000 


15000 




725 


1531 


844 


2183 


5283 


2711 


2014 


2150 


170 


4275 


11524 


1472 


67434 


17507913 


2748267 


1488185 


2034991 


27151 



226 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



LAKE CHARLES 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 




nd interest paid 
dness, loans, 
i, etc. 


lildingand 

snts (not including 

owed) 


E 
2 

O) 

If 

"- to 

"> n 
to g 


ent operating 
(not including 
xpenses) 


.c 
u 

CO u 

o 2 


Local Church 




a 

tO m 


2 "o 

CO m 


to 

to 
w 

"?0) 


CO 
CO 

CO 

S -o 
<o ij 


a 

CD 

+ 

CO 

o> 


to B 
O T5 

fc_ to 
CD Q_ 

O to 


£ to 

O to 
i_ to 
CD < 

£-d 
O to 
•oo- 


o 

+ 

to 
o 


CD 

o 

c 
to 


CD Tn 

° ■£" 

C ID 

5 ™ 


+ 

CO 

5 




rincipal a 
n indebte 
lortgages 


Paid on bu 
improver™ 
funds borr> 


CD O) 

Z. c 


'ther curr 
xpenses 
rogram e 


<D £ 

it 

CD o 


WW 

CO ~- 
-,_ c 

to E 


CO ~ 

\_ c 

2. 2 
to E 


<D CO 

.2 2 

O o 
10 c 

in t 


cd a. 

.SE 

O o 

CO >; 

CO c 


CO 

a. 

2 
o 


C 
CO CJ 


C CD 

to o 

2 S 
.2 > 


T3 

'to 

DL 

2 
o 


o o 

< to 
»"• 
>5 
S to 


° o 

< 8 
2 to 


CO 

Q. 

2 
o 




0- o t 


o==. 


O CD Q. 


CO "D 


Q. < 


Q. < 


< < 


< < 


\- 


5 < 


5< 


K 


H 0- 


k a. 


l- 


Church/Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


Cameron 




11721 


600 


3468 


1256 


8437 


8437 








1200 




1200 


2400 




2400 


Grand Chenier 




3153 


1462 


3095 


1373 


4781 


4781 








600 




600 


1200 




1200 


Church Point 




2000 




1940 




3300 


3300 








950 




950 


1500 




1500 


Maxie 




50 




570 




1130 


1130 








230 




230 


440 




440 


Ville Platte 




1500 




650 




2828 


2828 








620 




620 


1000 




1000 


Crowley, First 




3360 


1168 


23379 


2530 


15425 


15425 








2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


DeQuincy 


6148 


10333 


3809 


15196 


1976 


12700 


12700 








2000 




2000 


3600 




3600 


DeRidder, First 


4637 


106275 


8754 


55380 


1201 


21600 


21600 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Wesley 


3996 


1371 


2623 


7427 


1109 


10774 


10774 








1526 




1526 


2650 




2650 


Merryville 




1915 


592 


2701 


791 


3578 


3578 








674 




674 


950 




950 


Elizabeth 




1860 


662 


2052 




3156 


3156 








837 




837 


1674 




1674 


Hopewell 






1015 


2360 




3156 


3156 








837 




837 


1674 




1674 


Pine Grove 








150 




476 


476 








168 




168 


280 




280 


Eunice 


4020 


310 


1805 


10146 


1755 


10700 


10700 








1200 




1200 


3200 




3200 


lota 




248 


61 


854 


431 


3300 


3300 








600 




600 


400 




400 


Fairview 


1209 


4790 


977 


2817 


1395 


5488 


5488 








900 




900 


1820 




1820 


Sweetlake 




1200 


550 


2325 


3763 


6900 


6900 








900 




900 


1800 




1800 


Gueydan 




2820 


2630 


6931 


2981 


9800 


9800 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Iowa 




1057 


1200 


4734 


1687 


9500 


9500 








1500 




1500 


2110 




2110 


Hayes 








817 


2746 


1200 


1200 








720 




720 


1200 




1200 


Jennings, First 


14560 


31500 


4672 


31310 


1878 


19280 


19280 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Trinity 




500 


500 


3330 


100 


12000 


12000 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Kinder 




7109 


937 


5289 


1054 


6400 


6400 








1600 




1600 


2200 




2200 


Oberlin 






178 


539 


200 


2100 


2100 














900 




900 


Basile 








809 


185 


1000 


1000 








700 




700 


700 




700 


Lake Arthur 




1213 


1298 


3426 


1464 


10200 


10200 








2150 




2150 


2150 




2150 


Lake Charles, First 


72599 


11100 


11529 


129744 


103401 


28500 


28500 


7067 


7067 


35567 


1800 


1200 


3000 


3600 


2400 


6000 


Oak Park 


7681 


9790 


1978 


18418 


1630 


13000 


13000 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


St. Luke 


5754 


9722 


3888 


12122 


3206 


14740 


14740 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Simpson 


14808 


15988 


1365 


24452 


3201 


11760 


11760 








1200 




1200 


3600 




3600 


University 


52065 


56273 


25261 


105551 


156415 


22744 


22744 


10300 


10300 


33044 


1800 


1800 


3600 


3600 


3600 


7200 


Warren 




23371 


360 


12225 




9520 


9520 








1000 




1000 


2800 




2800 


Leesville, First 


4999 


7925 


1664 


25998 


2590 


1200 


1200 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Holly Grove 






237 


1085 




2000 


2000 








478 




478 


1312 




1312 


Mt. Zion 






1431 






4068 


4068 








850 




850 








Macedonia 


416 


736 


345 


450 


10 


2052 


2052 








490 




490 








Maplewood 






2597 


14266 


1030 


13600 


13600 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Moss Bluff 




4638 


2378 


7754 


1320 


10400 


10400 








1500 




1500 


3600 




3600 


Oakdale 


10432 


5000 


1800 


10088 




13000 


13000 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Pine Prairie 




1000 


32 


1084 




1100 


1175 








400 




400 


600 




600 


Prospect 




138 


496 


2956 


496 


3560 


3560 








600 




600 


1000 




1000 


Hornbeck 




1478 


850 


1809 


323 


2359 


2359 








320 




320 


1231 




1231 


Raymond 


47235 




440 


3775 




6300 


6300 








2200 




2200 


2400 




2400 


Elton | 




6000 


400 


3702 


200 


3000 


3000 








600 




600 


1200 




1200 


Rayne 




2464 


651 


6886 


387 


7269 


7269 








1300 




1300 


2300 




2300 


Branch 








79 




1560 


1560 




















Ebenezer 




2013 


1473 


4872 


1476 


5200 


5200 








1000 




1000 


1800 




1800 


Roanoke 




3409 


1120 


1847 


4844 


11000 


11000 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Crowley, Wesley 




3137 


309 


3503 


879 


2480 


2480 








55 




55 


1235 




1235 


Squyres 1 




111337 


1226 


4135 














1800 




1800 


1600 




1600 


Henning Memorial 


8100 


14975 


36363 


66606 


9648 


24000 


24000 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Sulphur, Wesley 


7282 


1553 


4578 


17934 


1223 


10205 


10505 








3600 




3600 


1800 




1800 


Hackberry 




630 


91 


624 


119 


3180 


3180 




















Vinton 






927 


6250 




10200 


10200 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Welsh, First 




11262 


4946 


14754 


3665 


14450 


14450 








2400 




2400 


4200 




4200 


Jones 


6360 




375 


2160 




1768 


1768 








186 




186 


490 




490 


Mallalieu 






135 


256 




1560 


1560 








186 




186 


490 




490 


Westlake 




8990 


7190 


20919 


2373 


13750 


13750 








2000 




2000 


3600 




3600 


Dist. Supt 












25900 


25900 








1800 




1800 


5700 




5105 


TOTAL 


272301 


507214 


151928 


717999 


328311 


484634 


485009 


17367 


17367 


68611 


71477 


3000 


74477 


129406 


6000 


134811 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



227 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


Q. 
O 
° C 

O o 

■ 1 
c s 

•sa 

CO < 

S-o 

II 

CD c 
■D O 

2 CO 
£ CD 


Q. 
O 
O 

O 

CO 

.C CO 
CO 0_ 

.E-o 
II 

CD C 

-p O 
2 'a 

£ CD 


c 
g 

CO 

~ "O 
CO CD 

sa 

CD "O 

a u. 


c 
g 

CO 
CO 

'c 
E 

CO Q_ 

CD -□ 

S§ 

O LL 


c 
g 

CO 
CO 

'c 

I -o 
■a cd 

< § 
II 

H 

CO T> 
^L? 


c 
g 

to 

.2 

'c 

E 

13 
< 

lo 

c 

O T3 
CO "CI 

■;z c: 

3 3 
-> LL 


c 
g 

5 

CO 

|| 

■o .9 
< e 

CD O 

° 9- 
c $■ 

CD < 

£-3 

O 3 
O LL 




Pension And 
Benefit Funds 
Apportioned 


CO 
■O T3 

c c 
< 3 

O £ 

CO CD _ 

c c !2 

a> <d to 
Q- CD Q_ 


(O 

c 

CD 
"O 

IS 

c c 
c o 

CD F 
§"° 

o< 

•c -a 

l § 

Q LL 


w 
c 

CD 

c 
a> 
c 

<E 
a. 

3 -a 
CO '5 
T51- 

a ll 


T3 

C 

if -° 
U- jD 

CL.9 

o tr 
3 o 

.2 Q. 
Q. Q. 

LU < 


13 

C 

3 
LL 

"5 

Q. 

o 

c_> 

CO *U 
O.C0 
HI Q_ 


T3 

CO o 

CO o 

CD Q. 

1< 

■■= T3 
3 C 

cr 3 

LU LL 


£« 
co 
co 

££ 

■■= T3 

3 C 

cr 3 

LU LL 


T3 

< 

S-D 

0) CD 
c c 
CD o 

Oc 

?- ° 

S& 
o < 

h 

a> 3 

1- LL 


■o 
< 
to 

CD 

c 

CD 

O 

2 co 
o Q. 

Il 

CD 3 
1- LL 


g 
to 

to 

E XL 
|| 

T3 .9 

< r 

CD O 

<-> 9- 
c 3- 

CD < 

§§ 

O LL 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 


1243 


1243 


385 


355 


85 


85 


30 


30 


30 


30 


20 


20 


52 


52 


19 


19 


353 


353 


566 


566 


175 


175 


39 


39 


13 


13 


13 


13 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


161 


161 


526 


526 


163 


163 


36 


36 


13 


13 


13 


13 


8 


8 


22 


22 


8 


8 


149 


149 


200 


200 


62 


62 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


57 


57 


347 


347 


108 


108 


24 


24 


8 


8 


8 


8 


6 


6 


15 


15 


5 


5 


99 


99 


4295 


4295 


1329 


1329 


294 


294 


102 


102 


102 


102 


68 


68 


180 


180 


65 


65 


180 


180 


2692 


2692 


833 


833 


185 


185 


64 


64 


64 


64 


43 


43 


113 


113 


41 


41 


764 


764 


7017 


7017 


2172 


2172 


481 


481 


167 


167 


167 


167 


112 


112 


294 


294 


107 


107 


1991 


1991 


1551 


1551 


480 


480 


106 


106 


37 


37 


37 


37 


25 


25 


65 


65 


24 


24 


440 


440 


658 


658 


204 


204 


45 


45 


16 


16 


16 


16 


10 


10 


28 


28 


10 


10 


187 


187 


515 


515 


159 


159 


35 


35 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


9 


22 


22 


8 


8 


146 


146 


580 


580 


180 


180 


40 


40 


14 


14 


14 


14 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


165 


165 


107 


107 


33 


33 


7 


7 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


4 


4 


2 


2 


30 


30 


2328 


2328 


721 


721 


160 


160 


160 


160 


55 


55 


15 


15 


98 


98 


35 


35 


661 


661 


297 


297 


92 


92 


20 


20 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


12 


12 


5 


5 


84 


84 


764 


764 


236 


236 


52 


52 


18 


18 


18 


18 


12 




32 


32 


12 


12 


217 


217 


737 


737 


228 


228 


51 


51 


18 


18 


18 


18 


12 




31 


31 


11 


11 


209 


209 


1678 


1678 


519 


519 


115 


115 


40 


40 


40 


40 


27 


27 


70 


70 


26 


26 


476 


476 


1502 


1502 


465 


465 


103 


103 


36 


36 


36 


36 


24 


24 


63 


63 


23 


23 


426 


426 


292 


292 


90 


90 


20 


20 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


12 


12 


4 


4 


83 


83 


4227 


4227 


1308 


1308 


290 


290 


101 


101 


101 


101 


67 


67 


177 


177 


64 


64 


1200 


1200 


1250 


1250 


387 


387 


86 


86 


30 


30 


30 


30 


20 


20 


52 


52 


19 


19 


355 


355 


1108 


1108 


343 


343 


76 


76 


26 


26 


26 


26 


18 


18 


46 


46 


17 


17 


314 


314 


304 


304 


94 


94 


21 


21 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


86 


86 


215 


215 


66 


66 


15 


15 


5 


5 


5 




3 




9 




3 




61 


50 


1443 


1443 


447 


447 


99 


99 


34 


34 


34 


34 


23 


23 


60 


60 


22 


22 


410 


410 


14391 


14391 


4454 


4454 


987 


987 


343 


343 


343 


343 


229 


229 


603 


603 


219 


219 


4084 


4084 


2659 


2659 


823 


823 


182 


182 


63 


63 


63 


63 


42 




111 


111 


41 


41 


755 


755 


1960 


1960 


607 


607 


134 


134 


47 


47 


47 


47 


31 


31 


82 


82 


30 


30 


556 


556 


2972 


2972 


920 


920 


204 


204 


71 


71 


71 


71 


47 


47 


125 


125 


45 


45 


843 


843 


14079 


14079 


4358 


4358 


965 


965 


335 


335 


335 


335 


224 


224 


590 


590 


215 


215 


3996 


3996 


2534 


2534 


784 


784 


174 


174 


60 


60 


60 


60 


40 


40 


106 


106 


39 


39 


719 


719 


3354 


3354 


1038 


1038 


230 


230 


80 


80 


80 


80 


53 


53 


141 


141 


51 


51 


952 


952 


311 


311 


96 


96 


21 


21 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


88 


88 


542 


353 


168 


134 


37 


37 


13 


13 


13 


13 


9 


9 


23 


23 


8 


8 


154 


154 


417 


417 


129 


129 


29 


29 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


17 


17 


6 


6 


118 


118 


2558 


2558 


792 


792 


175 


175 


61 


61 


61 


61 


41 


41 


107 


107 


39 


39 


726 


726 


1300 


1300 


403 


403 


89 


89 


31 


31 


31 


31 


21 


21 


54 


54 


20 


20 


369 


369 


2005 


2005 


621 


621 


168 


168 


48 


48 


48 


48 


32 


32 


84 


84 


31 


31 


569 


569 


149 


149 


46 


46 


10 


10 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


42 


42 


658 


658 


204 


204 


45 


45 


16 


16 


16 


16 


10 


10 


28 


28 


10 


10 


187 


187 


327 


327 


101 


101 


22 


22 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


93 


93 


1112 


1112 


344 


344 


76 


76 


26 


26 


26 


26 


18 


18 


47 


47 


17 


17 


316 


316 


688 


688 


213 


213 


47 


47 


16 


16 


16 


16 


11 




29 




10 




195 




1425 


1425 


441 


441 


98 


98 


34 


34 


34 


34 


23 


23 


60 


60 


22 


22 


484 


484 


167 


167 


52 


52 


11 


11 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


47 


47 


1032 


1032 


319 


319 


71 


71 


25 


25 


25 


25 


16 


16 


43 


43 


16 


16 


293 


293 


1500 


1500 


464 


464 


103 


103 


36 


36 


36 


36 


24 


24 


63 


63 


23 


23 


426 


426 


630 


630 


195 


195 


43 


43 


15 


15 


15 


15 


10 


10 


26 


26 


10 


10 


179 


179 


470 


470 


146 


146 


32 


32 


11 


11 


11 


11 


7 


7 


20 


20 


7 


7 


133 


133 


9075 


9075 


2809 


2809 


622 


622 


216 


216 


216 




144 




380 


380 


138 


138 


2576 


2576 


2670 


2670 


826 


826 


183 


183 


64 


64 


64 


64 


42 


42 


112 


112 


41 


41 


758 


758 


296 


296 


92 


92 


20 


20 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


12 


12 


5 


5 


84 


84 


1684 


1684 


521 


521 


115 


115 


40 


40 


40 


40 


27 


27 


71 


71 


26 


26 


478 


478 


2444 


2444 


757 


757 


168 


168 


58 


58 


58 


58 


39 


39 


102 


102 


37 


37 


694 


694 


559 


559 


173 


173 


38 


38 


13 


13 


13 


13 


9 


9 


23 


23 


9 


9 


159 


159 


317 


317 


98 


98 


22 


22 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 




13 




5 




90 


90 


2448 


2448 


758 


758 


168 


168 


58 


58 


58 


58 


39 


39 


103 


103 


37 


37 


695 


695 


113175 


112986 | 


35031 


34967 


7788 


7788 


2801 


2801 


2696 


2475 


1779 


1551 


4741 


4690 


1728 


1710 


31162 


30956 



228 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



LAKE CHARLES 





CONNECT. 
ADMIN. 
FUNDS 


BENEVOLENCES 




.. ... _ ., .... m 

World Service and 
Conference Benevolences 
Apportioned 


World Service and 
Conference Benevolences 
Paid 


c 
o 

II 
%° 

w c 

■= o 

CO Q. 
C Q. 
<5 < 
« T3 

'c c 

iif 


c 
g 

to 
o 

3 
T> 

111 

to S 

E «• 
<5 O. 

01 x> 

c c 


C 
3 

LL 

<D 
CD Q> 

-* 2 

CD < 


T3 

C 
3 
LL 

9 

D) 
_£ 

O 

O 

J£ 

O T3 
.2 CO 
CO 0. 


CD T3 

- a> 
c c 
o o 

is 

o< 

!§ 

5 LL 


to 

.2 

o 

<S CO 

§Q- 
'55 -D 

!§ 

5 LL 


w 
.2 

o 

CL 

13 

c 
o 

« T3 

U c 
3 3 
LU LL 






c 
g 

2 

0) 

C 

p 

< o 
5 C 

fa 


c 
g 

to 

w 

"c 

I 

< 

g 
£ n 

Q Q. 


CD 
o 

c 
CO 

> 

< 
■s-2 

2 CO 
CO 'o 

5 § 

(D Q. 

O CO 


Church/Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


Cameron 


385 


355 


635 


635 


231 


231 


110 


110 


86 


86 


95 




Grand Chenier 


232 


232 


289 


289 


105 


105 


50 


50 


39 


39 


43 




Church Point 


200 


200 


268 


268 


28 


28 


47 


47 


36 


36 


40 




Maxie 


90 


90 


102 


102 


37 


37 


18 


18 


14 


14 


15 




Ville Platte 


134 


134 


177 


177 


55 


55 


31 


31 


24 


24 


26 




Crowley, First 


1303 


1303 


2192 


2192 


228 


228 


380 




297 


35 


150 




DeQuincy 


647 


647 


1374 


1374 


500 


500 


238 


238 


186 


186 


205 




DeRidder, First 


2604 


2604 


3582 


3582 


1303 


1303 


621 


621 


484 


484 


535 


1196 


Wesley 


863 


863 


792 


792 


288 


288 


137 


137 


107 


107 


118 


118 


Merryville 


356 


356 


336 


336 


122 


122 


58 


58 


45 


45 


50 




Elizabeth 




184 


263 


263 


96 


96 


46 


46 


36 


36 


39 




Hopewell 




367 


296 


296 


108 


108 


51 


51 


40 


40 


44 




Pine Grove 




33 


54 


54 


20 


20 


9 


9 


7 


7 


8 




Eunice 


541 


541 


1189 


1189 


432 


100 






160 








lota 


142 


142 


152 


114 


55 


55 


26 


26 


21 


21 


12 




Fairview 


434 


434 


390 


390 


142 


142 


68 


68 


53 


53 


58 


15 


Sweetlake 


452 


452 


376 


376 


137 


137 


65 


65 


51 


51 


56 


75 


Gueydan 




966 


857 


857 


312 


312 


149 


149 


116 


116 


128 


20 


Iowa 


944 


944 


766 


766 


279 


279 


133 


133 


104 


104 


114 


87 


Hayes 


195 


195 


149 


149 


54 


54 


26 


26 


2 


20 


22 


9 


Jennings, First 


934 


934 


2158 


2158 


785 


785 


374 


374 


282 


282 


322 




Trinity 


806 


806 


638 


638 


232 


232 


111 


111 


86 


86 


95 




Kinder 


436 


436 


566 


566 


206 


206 


98 


98 


77 


77 


84 


54 


Oberlin 


194 


194 


155 


155 


56 


56 


27 


27 


21 


21 


23 




Basile 


68 


50 


110 


84 


40 




19 




15 








Lake Arthur 


806 


806 


737 


737 


268 


268 


128 


128 


100 


100 


110 




Lake Charles, First 


6029 


6029 


7346 


7346 


2673 


2673 


1275 


1275 


994 


994 


1096 


5495 


Oak Park 


1362 


1468 


1357 


1357 


494 


494 


236 


236 


184 


203 


91 




St. Luke 


1110 


1110 


1001 


1001 


364 


364 


174 


174 


135 


135 


149 


1995 


Simpson 


1387 


1387 


1517 


1517 


552 


552 


263 


263 


205 


205 


226 




University 




6057 


7187 


7187 


2615 


2615 


1247 


1247 


972 


972 


1073 


8315 


Warren 




1462 


1293 


1293 


471 


471 


224 


224 


175 


175 


193 




Leesville, First 


1629 


1629 


1712 


1712 


623 


623 


297 


297 


232 


232 


256 


38 


Holly Grove 


224 


224 


159 


159 


58 


58 


28 


28 


21 


21 


24 


24 


Mt. Zion 




141 


277 


143 


101 


76 


48 


48 


37 


37 


41 




Macedonia 




243 


213 


213 


77 


77 


37 


37 


29 


29 


32 




Maplewood 


652 


652 


1306 


1306 


475 


475 


227 


227 


177 


177 


195 


25 


Moss Bluff 


932 


932 


664 


664 


242 


242 


115 


115 


90 


90 


99 




Oakdale 


1366 


1366 


1024 


1024 


372 


372 


178 


178 


138 


138 


153 


23 


Pine Prairie 




102 


76 


76 


28 


28 


13 


13 


10 


10 


11 




Prospect 


368 


368 


336 


336 


122 


122 


58 


58 


45 


45 


50 




Hornbeck 


98 


98 


167 


167 


61 


61 


29 


29 


23 


23 


25 




Raymond 


675 


675 


568 


568 


206 


206 


98 


98 


77 


77 


85 




Elton 


225 


225 


351 


351 


128 


128 








52 






Rayne 




903 


727 


727 


265 


265 


126 


126 


98 


98 


109 


35 


Branch 


121 


121 


85 


55 


31 


21 


15 


15 


12 


12 


13 




Ebenezer 




548 


527 


527 


192 


192 


91 


91 


71 


71 


79 




Roanoke 


970 


970 


766 


766 


279 


279 


133 


133 


104 


104 


114 


476 


Crowley, Wesley 


359 


359 


322 


322 


117 


117 


56 


56 


44 


44 


48 




Squyres 


266 


266 


240 


240 


87 


87 


42 


42 


32 


32 


36 




Henning Memorial 


3866 


3866 


4633 


4633 


1685 


1685 


804 


304 


627 




691 


100 


Sulphur, Wesley 


1279 


1279 


1363 


1363 


496 


496 


236 


236 


184 


184 


203 


637 


Hackberry 


198 


198 


151 


151 


55 


55 


26 


26 


20 


20 


23 


11 


Vinton 


437 


437 


860 


860 


313 


313 


149 


149 


116 


116 


128 




Welsh, First 


1364 


1364 


1248 


1248 


454 


454 


216 


216 


169 


169 


186 


26 


Jones 






258 


258 


104 


104 


49 


49 


39 


39 


43 




Mallalieu 






162 




59 




28 




22 








Westlake 


1296 


1296 


1250 


1250 


455 


455 


217 


217 


169 


169 


187 


3253 


Dist. Supt 


























TOTAL 


38979 


50043 


57749 


57359 


20373 


19907 


9755 


8828 


7758 


6453 


8100 


22268 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



229 



Statistical Table No. 3 





BENEVOLENCES 








General Church 




























j 


Special Da 


y Offerings 




T3 

C 
3 
LL 

>. 

»i 

II 

5 LU 


o 
u 

c 

CO 

> 

< 

CD 
O 

§ S2 
to 55 

£ ® 

o Q. 


a 

O) 

© 

o 
O 

CO 

c 

s 

t= 

CD 

o 


CO 

c 

to 
■o 

c 

3 

o 

LL 
>. 
CD 
CO 
CD 

5 


CD 
T3 
CO 
CO 

3 

6 
l€ 

en t: 

C 3 
CD -C 

Q. O 


CD 

■o 

CO 
CO 

3 

6 

c 
o .- 

CO S 
c CO 
CD CO 

a. a. 


CO 
CD 
O 

c 

CD 
O 
> 
CD 
C 
CD 
CO 

CD 

sz 

O 


CO 

CO 
— CD 

.c c 
</) o 

5 2 




a 
o 

E 

CO 

3 C 

>- u. 


3 

o 

I 

to °> 
£ ■§ 
c5 <5 

<2co 
Oo 


C 
O 

'c 

3 

E 
E 
o 
o 

o 


to 

T3 

Si? 
|o 

§1 

c 3 
3 CO 


go 

c 
o 

to 
o 
EC 

c 
id 
E >. 

3 CO 

X Q 


n 

CM 

j. eg 

+ CO 
CO . 
CM + 
CD o 


c 
o 

to 
o 

3 

-o 
HI 

c 

CO >> 

= 10 
CO T3 

"C c 
£ 3 
OCO 


a 

< 
a. 

< 


61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 




36 


108 


25 


36 


180 
25 




66 


75 
504 


367 
167 


385 
175 


1150 


150 
110 






35154 
18412 


















441 


155 


163 


876 


246 


9 


399 


13486 


















200 


59 


62 






3 




3377 


















36 


103 


108 


210 




6 


108 


8236 




41 


155 


54 


20 


270 






3344 


280 


350 




341 




1907 


70516 






54 






54 




64 


672 


795 


833 


1875 


348 


46 


728 


69126. 




59 


121 




73 


253 








2079 


2172 


4943 


100 


440 


2121 


238188 




52 


55 






107 




70 


1568 
483 


458 
194 


480 
204 


1095 
424 


242 


27 

11 


334 

71 


41577 
4729 


















104 


152 


159 




375 


9 




12622 


















315 


171 


180 


23 


193 


10 




11875 


















40 


32 


33 


64 




2 




1567 
39064 






562 






562 






571 


88 


70 


185 




5 




8274 






43 






43 






261 


226 


236 


428 




13 




23112 






43 






43 




62 


334 


218 


228 


448 


290 


13 




21589 






16 






16 






2657 


495 


519 


1000 


300 


29 


1097 


42214 




67 


42 


42 


35 


186 




55 


187 


443 


465 


546 


242 


26 


521 


29564 




78 


88 


93 


75 


334 






1452 


86 


90 


201 




5 




9846 


94 


25 


59 


10 




94 


25 


25 


687 
336 


1248 
369 


1308 
387 


400 
1250 


75 
225 




190 


124877 
28784 
















45 


519 
48 


327 
90 


343 
94 


678 


60 


19 
5 


300 


30375 
5172 










8 


8 






70 




66 










4023 




140 


61 






201 






392 


464 


447 




240 


25 


1259 


29650 




670 


230 


347 


207 


1454 




191 


8590 


4249 


4454 


14975 


1020 


247 


7091 


465772 






64 






64 






1175 


785 


823 


1250 


331 




1202 


71870 


50 


85 


134 


25 


58 


302 


61 


50 


652 


579 


607 


1100 


400 


34 


466 


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25 




25 


58 




622 


877 


920 


1325 


360 


51 


2213 


92273 




145 




71 




216 




114 


5166 


4157 


4358 


8426 


677 


241 


1734 


517061 
















48 


740 


748 


784 


190 


52 


43 


580 


60795 


1000 


76 


15 


25 


34 


150 


10 


70 


1833 


990 


1038 


1118 


406 


157 


1055 


68369 




12 


45 




20 


77 


14 




219 


92 
85 


96 
65 


300 




5 
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32 




123 


129 






7 




6164 




36 






6 


42 




111 


219 


755 


792 


1600 


410 


44 


921 


49404 


115 


32 


21 




15 


68 




55 


258 


384 


403 


1016 


336 


22 


285 


38992 




30 


34 




27 


91 






238 
92 


58 

44 


621 
46 


195 


16 


3 




53799 
4981 


















181 


194 


204 


150 




11 




12139 






29 






29 






88 


97 


101 


200 




6 


687 


10564 




32 


39 






71 






800 


328 


344 


610 


50 




926 


69170 




60 








60 






200 


152 


100 


371 




292 


213 


18326 


37 


104 








104 




60 


210 


421 


441 


400 




24 




27838 


















20 


30 


25 






3 




2202 




187 


53 


28 




268 






547 
647 


305 
443 


319 
464 


476 
963 


350 


18 
26 


455 


23570 
36030 




39 








39 






138 


186 


195 


126 




11 


105 


14467 




139 








139 






478 


139 


146 


442 


110 




431 


123523 






201 






201 




110 


4317 


2679 


2809 


5008 


456 


156 


1400 


209323 




26 


82 


14 


19 


141 


18 


50 


6889 


788 


826 


1338 


175 


46 


735 


68939 




20 


25 


12 


16 


73 


9 




106 


87 


92 


203 




5 




6231 




40 








40 




51 


137 


497 


521 


915 


228 


507 


445 


31123 


18 


191 


23 


81 


26 


321 




65 


1748 


722 


757 


700 


252 


119 


1121 


69520 




















165 


173 






10 




13203 
3170 




302 


68 






370 




132 


3966 


723 


758 


2114 


672 


42 


265 


78251 
33609 


1314 


2724 


2470 


852 


675 


6721 


195 


1526 


55572 


30948 


32968 


61307 


9838 


2842 


31365 


3288386 



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Pastor 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Baskin 


Harbin, Stowe 


22 










1 






21 


18 






2 




Union 


Harbin, Stowe 


44 


1 




1 










46 


25 


1 








Bastrop, First 


Peeples, William D. 


691 


1 


12 


4 


1 


16 


9 


9 


673 


170 


1 


30 




5 


Collinston 


Peeples, William D. 


70 


1 


2 






1 






72 


23 


1 


3 






Memorial 


Dean, Garland C, Jr. 


208 


1 


3 


3 




8 


3 


1 


203 


76 


1 


23 


27 


7 


Mer Rouge 


Dean, Garland C, Jr. 


151 


2 


4 










4 


153 


47 


3 


11 




2 


Beekman 


Hudson, Howard L. 


51 




4 








1 




54 


16 










Columbia 


Kimble, E. Eugene 


263 


1 


1 


4 




6 




3 


260 


85 


4 


23 


7 




Hebert 


Kimble, E. Eugene 


68 


2 








1 


1 


2 


66 


30 


4 


3 


5 




Crew Lake 


Poss, Richard 


205 


2 


3 






1 


1 


1 


207 


95 


1 


3 






Reveille 


Poss, Richard 


105 




3 






4 




6 


98 


25 


2 


5 






Delhi 


Scott-Welch, Richard 


257 


3 


4 






4 




3 


257 


66 


2 


25 


11 




Epps 


Beird, Sherman L. 


86 
















86 


32 


1 








Floyd 


Beird, Sherman L. 


46 




2 


2 








1 


49 


21 


3 








Pioneer 


Beird, Sherman L. 


56 














1 


55 


27 


4 








Ferriday 


Willis, Terry C. 


355 


8 


10 


4 




11 




1 


365 


125 


11 


52 


15 


7 


Clayton 


Willis, Terry C. 


25 










3 






22 


6 




1 






Grayson 


Warren, Ramon B. 


79 




1 


2 








2 


80 


49 










Kelly 


Warren, Ramon B. 


37 


1 














38 


17 


1 


4 


6 




Kilbourne 


Beeler, Thomas C. 


178 


6 


4 






5 




2 


181 


80 


4 


17 




4 


Locust Grove 


Beeler, Thomas C. 


83 


4 












3 


84 


50 


5 


6 






Lake Providence 


Foreman, Brady B. 


315 


13 


2 


4 


1 


11 


8 


6 


308 


92 


5 


23 


6 


9 


Mangum 


Bevill, W. W. 


141 




2 


6 






6 


1 


142 


80 


2 


23 






Crowville 


Bevill, W. W. 


103 


1 


1 








2 




103 


50 


1 


7 






Monroe, First 


Simmons, W. Odell 


1815 


20 


85 


34 


6 


50 


9 


24 


1865 


530 


31 


212 


45 


16 


Memorial 


Carroll, Paul C. 


509 


3 


4 


4 


12 


9 


2 


6 


491 


140 


6 


25 


30 


6 


St. James 


Sadler, John D. 


142 


1 


1 






2 


6 


5 


131 


50 


2 


8 




3 


Mount Olive 


Sadler, John D. 


73 


1 








1 


2 


2 


69 


18 




3 




2 


St. Mark's 


Holt, M. Ray 


309 


5 


30 


8 




4 


4 


1 


343 


150 


3 


46 


13 


8 


Little Creek 


Holt, M. Ray 


72 














4 


68 


30 


1 


6 


2 




St. Paul 


Murray, Robert S. 


65 


3 




4 








1 


71 


40 


4 








St. Paul's 


Hall, Donald J. 


1175 


25 


20 


9 




18 


4 


6 


1201 


251 


18 


182 


45 


22 


Southside 


Joyner, Lee 


2044 


79 


17 


34 




29 


25 


19 


2101 


803 


77 


169 


110 


45 


Oak Grove 


Sherman, George H.,Jr. 


223 


1 


1 


1 




1 


2 


8 


215 


99 


4 


17 


21 




Forest 


Sherman, George H.,Jr. 


26 














2 


24 


15 






2 




Oak Ridge 


Wilson, James E. 


98 


4 


2 


1 




3 




1 


101 


37 




9 






Rayville 


Rorie, Kenneth G. 


411 


9 


4 


3 


1 


3 


2 


5 


416 


146 


6 


44 


10 


9 


Holly Ridge 


Rorie, Kenneth G. 


14 
















14 


7 






1 




St. Andrew's 


Patton, Isaac A. Jr. 


181 


2 


3 


3 








2 


187 


80 


5 


36 






Bartholomew 


Patton, Isaac A.,Jr. 


45 
















45 


25 


2 


3 






St. Joseph 


Floyd, Charles, Jr. 


84 


2 


2 




3 








85 


43 


4 


13 


14 


2 


Waterproof 


Floyd, Charles, Jr. 


140 


2 


1 


4 


4 


2 


1 


*"* 


140 


45 


1 


10 


10 




Wesley 


Floyd, Charles, Jr. 


19 




2 












21 


8 




3 


1 




Sicily Island 


Malone, 1. Elmer 


210 


1 


1 


5 




4 


10 


6 


197 


49 




14 






Harrisonburg 


Malone, 1. Elmer 


42 


1 




1 








5 


39 


10 




2 






Tallulah 


Coles, Rupert D. 


473 


1 


1 


1 




5 




8 


463 


110 


8 


38 


25 




Vidalia 


Cady, M. C. 


273 


8 


8 


2 




5 




1 


285 


78 


4 


30 




8 


Washington Chapel 


Brown, Joe 


103 






2 








1 


104 


85 




9 






Mt. Sinai 


Brown, Joe 


49 














1 


48 


35 




5 






Mt. Nebo 


Brown, Joe 


32 


10 












1 


41 


30 


? 


12 






St. Peter 


Brown, Joe 


35 














5 


30 


28 




12 






Lawson Chapel 


Brown, Joe 


26 
















26 


20 










West Monroe. Asbury 


O'Dell, Larry D. 


222 




1 


1 




7 


5 


2 


210 


135 


2 




49 




Claiborne 


Parks, W. Ed 


208 




7 


5 




3 


2 


4 


211 


112 


4 


39 






Wilhite 


Parks, W. Ed 


33 


4 


2 








2 




37 


15 


4 








West Monroe, First 


Ginn, DeWitt M. 


1117 


18 


13 


3 




20 


1 


12 


1118 


329 


15 


138 


150 


11 


McGuire 


Thompson, L. Deen 


598 


6 


13 


10 


5 


7 


6 


5 


604 


224 


10 


80 




6 


Woodlawn 


Medak, Pete D. 


92 




2 


2 






1 


1 


94 


90 


2 


8 






Winnsboro 


Corley, David 


409 


13 


7 


2 


8 


5 


10 


7 


401 


145 


11 


34 


11 


13 


Gilbert 


Corley, David 


76 


4 




1 










81 


31 


4 


6 


1 




Wisner 


Edwards, Oakley E. 


132 


7 


2 






6 


1 


2 


132 


48 


1 


4 




7 


Boeuf Prairie 


Edwards, Oakley E. 


116 












1 




115 


48 


1 


5 






Dist. Supt. 


McGuire, D. L. 
































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15330 


277 


287 


170 


41 


256 


127 J 


193 J 


15447 


5444| 


293 


1481 


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11 


7 
















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7176 






28 


44 


40 


95 


207 


135 


30 


198 








127 


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653080 


45500 


75721 






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13977 






10 


25 


10 


32 


77 


49 


13 


67 


1 






25 


915 


258000 


68000 


367 






6 


13 


4 


10 


33 


12 




5 


2 






13 


203 


118000 




49650 


6000 




3 






12 


15 


9 
















19000 




2889 






10 


28 


5 


42 


85 


40 








10 




50 


650 


312168 


60721 


1028 


5606 




8 


7 


5 


16 


36 


25 






2 


4 




15 


900 


55500 




515 






11 


20 


22 


70 


123 


63 


20 


12 








9 


40 


59000 


35000 


7000 


13000 




6 


9 


1 


29 


45 


20 












20 


277 


193000 


29500 




9450 




10 


24 


16 


53 


103 


47 


5 


32 


2 


25 




15 


205 


395000 


70000 








6 


4 


4 


23 


37 


21 


7 


5 








20 




80000 


25000 








4 


6 


1 


15 


26 


16 


7 


4 












18000 




6000 






5 


7 


3 


15 


30 


19 
















37000 


16000 








24 


50 


33 


68 


175 


85 


25 


40 
6 


6 






56 


204 


66350 
12000 


80000 


10480 


26840 




6 


7 


4 


37 


54 


36 








9 




19 


895 


79000 


13000 


6000 






2 


4 


2 


7 


15 


10 
















17000 










19 


33 


20 


65 


137 


86 


22 


14 




25 


168 


12 


381 


160000 


63000 


5000 






7 


4 


7 


22 


40 


29 








11 


168 






51200 




3332 






20 


38 


26 


39 


123 


68 




10 


10 






36 


168 


813000 


122000 


25000 


5000 




8 


20 


24 


40 


92 


50 












10 


66 


162500 


62000 








7 


16 


11 


29 


63 


30 




1 








11 


40 


125000 


25000 





1600 





92 


185 


100 


493 


870 


350 


204 


650 


16 


118 


3310 


211 


307 


3000000 


122000 


94868 


967818 


125645 


28 


30 


15 


160 


233 


112 


75 


40 


3 






58 


2801 


540000 


85000 


14500 


34000 


3500 


7 


8 


12 


10 


37 


15 






2 






25 


100 


222750 


24250 




2318 




2 


9 


11 


6 


28 


14 
















51000 


20000 




550 




15 


51 


35 


69 


170 


100 


85 


155 


5 


12 


1249 


24 


5643 


303000 


39000 




221158 




2 


4 


8 


10 


24 


10 
















14000 




14697 






4 


25 


6 


10 


45 


15 












12 




75000 










48 


191 


130 


207 


576 


224 


147 


428 


22 


40 


770 


102 


1190 


978500 


62860 


75167 


268500 




58 


140 


110 


353 


661 


320 


155 


400 


27 


22 


3179 


73 


598 


1547437 


61100 


183964 


78987 




11 


17 


19 


66 


113 


62 


18 


12 








27 


144 


440000 


72500 


2000 


17738 




2 


2 


4 


10 


18 


9 
















50000 










5 


6 


3 


20 


34 


23 
















75000 


15000 








14 


47 


24 


132 


217 


91 


14 


8 


7 






59 


1301 


950000 
97400 


85000 


114000 
3494 




1211 


27 


34 


22 


36 


119 


70 


30 


50 








15 


66 


258000 


56000 








3 


6 




15 


24 


15 
















40000 










5 


11 


1 


17 


34 


12 






1 






21 




1-7500 


42000 









8 




13 


40 


61 


19 


15 










13 
8 


143 
49 


80000 
50000 


20000 
20000 


1500 






8 


12 


12 


9 


41 


26 




26 








7 


386 


260000 


75000 


2170 






1 






6 


7 


7 
















70000 




10609 






35 


60 


14 


55 


164 


75 


40 


20 








38 


516 


375000 


75000 




5049 


1400 


12 


22 


21 


43 


98 


50 


16 


40 


3 






32 


1304 


368000 


70000 


12800 


12365 




3 


10 


4 


31 


48 


35 












10 


75 


10800 










6 


4 






10 


25 












10 




42325 


4000 








4 


5 




11 


20 


18 
















37000 










3 


6 


2 


12 


23 


20 












6 




10000 










4 






16 


20 


21 








9 








8500 










20 


60 


26 


61 


167 


88 


47 


140 




20 


1240 


15 


1846 


525000 


58000 


5577 


130235 




10 


15 


8 


40 


83 


51 




110 








20 


533 


200000 
37500 


25000 








50 


110 


50 


240 


450 


297 


60 


166 


11 






118 


72 


333967 


86495 


334648 






23 


82 


38 


165 


308 


174 


128 


200 


4 


30 


2900 


86 


2341 


660000 


54000 


11500 


311839 




10 


13 


6 


41 


70 


53 


20 


40 












48600 




2103 






20 


33 


17 


114 


184 


97 


47 


93 


13 






23 


485 


625000 


75000 


23800 






6 


8 


2 


17 


33 


14 


16 


12 


3 










156000 




10200 






15 


6 


6 


36 


63 


40 












23 


20 


165000 


35000 


15000 






6 


5 


15 


15 


41 


28 
















90000 
390000 


100000 


30000 
25000 


21144 




774 


1585 


975 


3298 


6632 


3451 


1246 


2994 


140 


335 


12984 


1474 


25621 


17201965 


2096926 


1201732 


2153597 


131756 



232 
MONROE 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 




i-s 

To co 


c 

T3 

3 
O 


£ 
2 

O) 

If 






Local Church 








£• 


& 


.a 


aj 2 


2 

£ co 

S o 
."S o 


£ 






D 




id intere: 
ness, lo 
etc. 


ding an< 
its (not i 

Med) 


O o 
"" CO 

CO 1- 

8f 

M 


it opera 

lot indue 
senses) 


ll 

CO o 
CO g 






IS 
CO 

W 

S ! 


a 
w 
'2, -a 


en 
m 

+ 

a 


O to 

i_ CO 

a) a. 
O co 


U co 
k- to 

CD < 

O <o 


O 

+ 
CO 

o 


CD 

o 

c 

CO 


CD "7n 

° -sr 

C CD 

5 co 


■9 
+ 
CO 




C TD - 


'= CD O 


g-o 


<B ■=. X 


O ° 


CO m 


w 'm 


"> <n 


m S 


co 


T3 Q- 


TJ 0- 


•* 


1 s 


S o 


*>• 




rincipal c 
n indebte 
lortgage; 


Paid on bi 
improvem' 
funds borr 


£ 3 
,|1 


fc co «> 

3 CD p 

o » 5 

w C 2 
CD CD o) 

■c a. 5 


CD u 

£ <■> 

CD .± 


</> — 
-»_ c 

2 2 
co E 


co «- 

\_ c 

2 3 

co E 


2 C/3 

.2E 

9. = 
a o 


<D Q. 

.2 c 
S o 

In c 


■o 
'to 
a. 

2 
o 


c o 
IS u 

.2 5 


C CD 
CO O 

CD CO 

i= O 


TJ 
CO 
0. 

2 
o 


o o 

< CO 
5 CO 


2 o 

<c? 

«< 

S 2 
2 5 


T3 

'co 
DL 

2 
o 




CL O fc 


o -^ 


O a> a. 


CO "D 


o- < 


Q. < 


< < 


< < 


1- 


5 < 


5< 


^ 


h- DL 


1- CL 


(- 


Church/Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


Baskin 






160 


779 


48 


1500 


1500 




















Union 






350 


1000 


100 


3166 


3166 








983 




983 


330 




330 


Bastrop, First 




19644 


5003 


54252 


4353 


16100 


16100 








1600 




1600 


2900 




2900 


Collinston 




2040 


124 


1748 


1242 


3790 


3790 








200 




200 


750 




750 


Memorial 


6755 


1585 


1257 


10246 


3233 


9600 


9600 








1300 




1300 


1800 




1800 


Mer Rouge 


4135 


2264 


299 


5764 


888 


4600 


4600 








800 




800 


1800 




1800 


Beekman 




407 


545 


84 


1180 


2400 


2400 














500 




500 


Columbia 


4415 




3134 


11976 


1025 


9100 


9100 








1800 




1800 


3300 




3300 


Hebert 




2345 


266 


1755 


70 


2760 


2760 














300 




300 


Crew Lake 




11000 


587 


1300 


708 


5340 


5340 








600 




600 


1800 




1800 


Reveille 


4400 


150 


1500 


1936 


526 


6261 


6261 








1000 




1000 


1900 




1900 


Delhi 




1418 


4560 


8289 


6876 


10640 


10640 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Epps 




350 


254 


2500 


360 


6444 


6444 














300 




300 


Floyd 




135 


202 


379 


135 


1250 


1250 








550 




550 


1020 




1020 


Pioneer 




2884 


2 


1847 


192 


3705 


3705 








780 




780 


800 




800 


Ferriday 


6600 


9809 


1277 


12799 


876 


11784 


11784 








2000 




2000 


3600 




3600 


Clayton 








756 





1200 


1200 














300 




300 


Grayson 




7919 


574 


1658 


653 


6920 


6920 








860 




860 


2500 




2500 


Kelly 








406 




960 


1113 








414 




414 


693 




693 


Kilbourne 






1547 


4874 


1684 


7212 


7212 








900 




900 


2988 




2988 


Locust Grove 




1136 


864 


1153 


1175 


2088 


2088 








900 




900 


912 




912 


Lake Providence 




20107 


5524 


22760 


1946 


14116 


14116 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Mangum 


4100 




500 


5194 




7143 


7143 








900 




900 


576 




576 


Crowville 


2812 


700 


477 


2259 




5636 


5636 








600 




600 


1200 




1200 


Monroe, First 


119355 


26036 


25375 


94694 


31576 


29973 


29973 


24808 


24808 


54781 


2174 


2180 


4354 


3600 


6200 


9800 


Memorial 


6771 


14137 


2387 


30523 


3057 


18750 


18750 








1800 




1800 


4200 




4200 


St. James 


800 


200 


200 


4913 




5400 


5400 








750 




750 


2320 




232 


Mount Olive 


1200 


550 


600 


200 




4320 


4320 














350 




350 


St. Mark's 


33869 


1938 


3640 


16486 


3557 


11000 


11000 








2476 




2476 


3600 




3600 


Little Creek 




84 


406 


1200 


662 


2200 


2200 














680 




680 


St. Paul 






125 


515 




2800 


2800 














50 




50 


St. Paul's 


33216 


7888 


11438 


64208 


15679 


24292 


24292 


4500 


1875 


26167 


1800 




1800 


3600 


500 


4100 


Southside 


13009 


33261 


4328 


58563 


22195 


17160 


17160 








1500 




1500 


360 





3600 


Oak Grove 


831 


29704 


2764 


14330 


1453 


12500 


12500 








1200 




1200 


4600 




4600 


Forest 






79 


518 


49 


2578 


2578 




















Oak Ridge 






159 


3258 




3600 


3600 








300 




300 


2700 




2700 


Rayville 


12430 


28928 


4174 


32776 


6031 


19000 


19000 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Holly Ridge 






418 


1746 




1360 


1360 














240 




240 


St. Andrew's 




1522 


1031 


4468 


1374 


10100 


10100 








1600 




1600 


2720 




2720 


Bartholomew 




28 


159 


883 


260 


1920 


1920 








200 




200 


880 




880 


St. Joseph 


84 


1465 


632 


4790 


901 


5950 


5950 








750 




750 


1600 




1600 


Waterproof 


324 


735 


881 


4358 


926 


6000 


6000 








750 




750 


1650 




1650 


Wesley 




34 




286 




1700 


1700 








300 




300 


400 




400 


Sicily Island 


15278 


16785 


1178 


8769 


1771 


9600 


9600 








1200 




1200 


3000 




3000 


Harrisonburg 




360 


133 


1058 


762 


2100 


2100 








475 




475 


117 




1170 


Tallulah 


411 


2566 


744 


13416 


3200 


13200 


13200 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Vidalia 


3226 


2324 


2255 


10758 


2508 


12200 


12200 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Washington Chapel 


2500 


750 


425 


300 


200 


3400 


3400 








300 




300 


75 




75 


Mt. Sinai 




175 


265 


180 




2700 


2700 








225 




225 


150 




150 


Mt. Nebo 




475 


195 


168 




1500 


1500 








50 




50 


, 5° 




50 


St. Peter 


600 


375 


174 


1300 


1300 


75 


75 


100 


100 
















Lawson Chapel 


375 


265 


125 


990 


990 
























West Monroe, Asbury 


20312 


9129 


3212 


17941 


3351 


12000 


12000 


1800 


1800 


3600 


3600 












Claiborne 


16000 


1062 


6047 


1076 


11050 


11050 


1300 


1300 


3600 


3600 














Wilhite 


1650 


369 


1900 


1900 


500 


500 






















West Monroe, First 


44015 


46978 


5901 


80646 


22877 


26000 


26000 


1000 


1000 


3600 


3600 












McGuire 


49852 


23063 


5388 


33639 


8184 


17824 


17824 


1800 


1800 


3600 


3600 












Woodlawn 


2578 


620 


1598 


571 


2600 


2600 


1200 


1200 


2400 


2400 














Winnsboro 


1000 


2340 


4035 


20445 


4523 


13600 


13600 


1500 


1500 


3600 


3600 












Gilbert 


9307 


712 


3032 


390 


2100 


2100 


900 


900 


1800 


1800 














Wisner 


2493 


2531 


3283 


678 


6000 


6000 


1000 


1000 


3000 


3000 














Boeuf Prairie 


264 


2269 


600 


5450 


5450 


660 


660 


1200 


1200 
















Dist. Supt. 


25900 


25900 


1800 


1800 


5700 


5670 






















TOTAL 


407700 1 


352351 


117362 


698646 


165681 


495732 


495885 


29308 


26683 


80948 


56072 


2180 1 58252 


122204 


6700 


128874 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



233 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


Q. 

O 
° C 

O o 

« s 

c 2 

■g a 

CO < 

If 

CD C 

■o O 

B « 
= 55 


Q. 
O 
O 
O 

CO 

w CO 
CO LL 

n 

CD C 

■o O 

as 

£ CD 


c 
g 

to 

CO CD 
I! 

sa 

CD -o 
S 3 

Oll 


c 
g 

to 

to 
"c 

E 

?5 
■s <° 

to Q_ 
CD -o 

s§ 

O LL 


c 
o 

to 

to 

'c 
E -o 

T3 CD 

H 

11 


c 
o 

to 

to 

'c 
'E 

< 
CO 

c 

O X) 

p 

CO "D 


c 
o 

to 

to 

II 

-o .2 
< c 

CD O 

<•> S- 

c 9- 

CD < 

.2-8 

§3 
OLL 




Pension And 
Benefit Funds 
Apportioned 


(19 

TJ T3 
C C 
< 3 

o ~ 

CO CD _ 

c c .2 

CD CD CO 

o. m o. 


CO 

c 

<D 

■o 

it 

c c 
c o 

|'l 

l S 

Q LL 


» 

c 

CD 

C 

2 
c 

CD 

5. 
3 -a 

W CO 

o°- 

§§ 

O LL 


13 

C 

if -° 
U- CD 

Q..2 

o c 

.2 Q. 

o. a. 

LLJ < 


T3 

C 
3 

li- 
ra 

a. 
o 

CO "O 
Q.C0 
LU Q. 


■a 

is* 

JS o 
(0 r* 
CO o 

a> a. 

I< 

3 C 

ex 3 

LU LL 


CO 
CO 

■2! 

■= TJ 

3 C 
CT 3 
LU LL 


T3 
< 

CD (D 

C c 
CD o 

Oc 

gs O 

«£ 
2< 
1? 

CD 3 
1- LL 


-a 
< 

CO 

CD 

c 

CD 
O 

2 <o 

O CL 

1? 
CD 3 
1- LL 


c 
.o 

to 

w 

II 

< c 

<D O 

o 9- 

c 9- 

CD < 

Si 

OLL 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 


189 


189 


59 


59 


13 


13 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


54 


54 


360 


360 


111 


111 


25 


25 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


15 


15 


5 


5 


102 


102 


5404 


5404 


1673 


1673 


371 


371 


129 


129 


129 


129 


86 


19 


226 


226 


82 


82 


1534 


1534 


576 


576 


178 


178 


39 


39 


14 


14 


14 


14 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


163 


163 


1862 


1862 


576 


576 


128 


128 


44 


44 


44 


44 


30 




78 


78 


28 


28 


529 


520 


1109 


1109 


343 


343 


76 


76 


26 


26 


26 


26 


18 


18 


46 


46 


17 


17 


315 


315 


318 


318 


99 


99 


22 


22 


8 


8 


8 




5 




13 




5 




90 


90 


2050 


2050 


634 


634 


141 


141 


49 


49 


49 




33 




86 


86 


31 


31 


582 


582 


446 


446 


138 


138 


31 


31 


11 


11 


11 


11 


7 


7 


19 


19 


7 


7 


127 


127 


1177 


1177 


364 


364 


81 


81 


28 


28 


28 


28 


19 


19 


49 


49 


18 


18 


334 


334 


1150 


1150 


356 


356 


79 


79 


27 


27 


27 


27 


18 


18 


48 




18 


18 


326 


100 


2119 


2119 


656 


656 


145 


145 


50 


50 


50 


50 


34 


34 


89 


89 


32 


32 


601 


601 


739 


739 


229 


229 


51 


51 


18 


18 


18 




! 12 




31 




11 


11 


210 


150 


345 


345 


107 


107 


24 


24 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


98 


98 


507 


507 


157 


157 


35 


35 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 




21 


21 


8 


8 


144 


144 


2421 


2421 


749 


749 


166 


166 


58 


58 


58 


58 


38 


38 


101 


101 


37 


37 


687 


687 


216 


216 


67 


67 


15 


15 


5 


5 


5 




3 




9 




3 




61 




817 


817 


253 


253 


56 


56 


19 


19 


19 


19 


13 


13 


34 


34 


12 


12 


232 


232 


255 


255 


79 


79 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


72 


72 


1405 


1405 


435 


435 


96 


96 


33 


33 


33 


33 


22 


22 


59 


59 


21 


21 


399 


399 


478 


478 


148 


148 


33 


33 


11 


11 


11 


11 


8 


8 


20 


20 


7 


7 


136 


136 


2817 


2817 


872 


872 


193 


193 


67 


67 


67 


67 


45 


45 


118 


118 


43 


43 


800 


800 


1049 


787 


325 


244 


72 


54 


25 


19 


25 


19 


17 


13 


44 


33 


16 


12 


298 


224 


782 


782 


242 


242 


54 


54 


19 


19 


19 


19 


12 


12 


33 


33 


12 


12 


222 


222 


13396 


13396 


4146 


4146 


919 


919 


319 


319 


319 


319 


213 


213 


561 


561 


204 


204 


3802 


3802 


4317 


4317 


1336 


1336 


296 


296 


103 


103 


103 


103 


69 


69 


181 


181 


66 


66 


1225 


1225 


957 


957 


296 


296 


66 


66 


23 


12 


23 


12 


15 


8 


40 


40 


15 


8 


272 


272 


569 


569 


176 


176 


39 


39 


14 


14 


14 


14 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


161 


161 


2204 


2204 


682 


682 


151 


151 


52 


52 


52 


52 


35 


35 


92 


92 


34 


34 


625 


625 


469 


469 


145 


145 


32 


32 


11 


11 


11 


5 


7 




20 


5 


7 


5 


133 


10 


393 


393 


122 


122 


27 


27 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


112 


112 


8291 


8291 


2566 


2566 


569 


569 


197 


197 


197 


197 


132 


132 


347 


347 


126 


126 


2353 


2353 


11018 


11018 


3410 


3410 


756 


756 


262 


262 


262 


262 


175 


175 


462 


462 


168 


168 


3127 


3127 


2161 


2161 


669 


669 


148 


148 


51 


51 


51 


51 


34 




91 


91 


33 


33 


613 


613 


246 


246 


76 


76 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 




10 


10 


4 


4 


70 


70 


869 


869 


269 


269 


60 


60 


21 


21 


21 


21 


14 




36 


36 


13 


13 


247 


247 


3855 


3855 


11963 


1193 


264 


264 


92 


92 


92 


92 


61 




162 


162 


59 


59 


1094 


1094 


182 


182 


56 


56 


12 


12 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


52 


52 


1457 


1457 


451 


451 


100 


100 


35 


35 


35 


35 


23 




61 




22 




414 


414 


331 


331 


103 


103 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 




14 


14 


5 


5 


94 


94 


828 


828 


256 


256 


57 


57 


20 


20 


20 




13 


35 


35 


20 


13 


13 


235 


235 


989 


989 


306 


306 


68 


68 


24 


24 


24 


16 


41 




41 


41 


15 


15 


281 


281 


191 


191 


59 


59 


13 


13 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 




8 


8 


3 


3 


54 


54 


1525 


1525 


472 


472 


105 


105 


36 


36 


36 


36 


24 


24 


64 


64 


23 


23 


433 


433 


392 


392 


121 


121 


27 


27 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


111 


111 


3569 


3569 


1105 


1105 


245 


245 


85 


85 


85 


85 


57 


57 


150 


150 


54 


54 


1013 


1013 


2346 


2346 


726 


726 


161 


161 


56 


56 


56 


56 


37 


37 


98 


98 


36 


36 


666 


250 


591 


591 


183 


183 


41 


41 


14 


14 


14 


14 


9 


9 


25 


5 


9 


9 


168 


168 


319 


319 


99 


99 


22 


22 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


91 


91 


203 


203 


63 


63 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


58 


58 


181 


181 


56 


56 


12 


12 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


51 


51 


134 


134 


41 


41 


9 


9 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


38 


38 


2140 


2140 


662 


662 


147 


147 


51 


51 


51 


51 


34 


34 


90 


90 


33 


33 


607 


607 


1777 


1777 


550 


550 


122 


122 


42 


42 


42 


42 


28 




74 


74 


27 


27 


504 


504 


251 


251 


78 


78 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


71 


71 


8964 


8964 


2774 


2774 


615 


615 


213 


213 


213 


213 


143 


143 


376 


376 


137 


137 


2544 


2544 


4478 


4478 


1386 


1386 


307 


307 


107 


107 


107 


107 


71 


71 


188 


188 


68 


68 


1271 


1271 


672 


672 


208 


208 


46 


46 


16 


16 


16 


16 


11 


11 


28 


28 


10 


10 


191 


191 


3131 


3131 


969 


969 


215 


215 


75 


75 


75 


75 


131 


131 


48 


48 


889 


889 


914 


914 


675 


675 


209 


209 


45 


45 


16 


16 


16 


16 


28 


28 


10 


10 


192 


192 


197 


197 


1281 


1281 


397 


397 


88 


88 


31 


31 


31 


31 


20 




26 


26 


20 


13 


364 


335 


800 


800 


248 


248 


55 


55 


19 


19 


19 


19 


13 


13 


34 


34 


12 


12 


227 


227 


114743 


114481 


35514 


35433 


7873 


7855 


2733 


2716 


2733 


2586 


1921 


1537 


4706 


4455 


2772 


2722 


32599 


31601 



234 
MONROE 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 





CONNECT. 
ADMIN. 


BENEVOLENCES 




FUNDS 


• 


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SOI 

55b 


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ra 

c 
q 

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59 




Church/Charge 


c 
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w 
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c o 
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53a 


c 
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ra 

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60 


Baskin 
Union 

Bastrop, First 
Collinston 
Memorial 


55 

105 

1578 

168 

544 


55 

105 

1581 

168 

544 


97 

184 

2758 

294 

951 


97 

184 

2758 

294 

951 


35 

67 

1004 

107 

346 


35 

67 

1004 

107 

346 


17 
32 

479 
51 

165 


17 
16 

479 
51 

165 


13 
25 

373 
40 

129 


13 
25 

373 
40 

129 


14 
27 

412 
44 

142 


425 
363 


Mer Rouge 
Beekman 
Columbia 
Hebert 
Crew Lake 


324 
93 
599 
130 
344 


324 

599 
130 
344 


566 
163 
1046 
228 
601 


566 
163 
700 
228 
601 


206 
59 

381 
83 

219 


206 

200 

83 

219 


98 
28 

182 
40 

104 


98 

40 
104 


77 
22 
142 
31 
81 


77 

31 
81 


85 

34 
90 




Reveille 

Delhi 

Epps 

Floyd 

Pioneer 


336 
619 
216 
99 
148 


336 
619 
216 
99 
148 


587 
1082 
377 
176 
259 


120 
1082 
100 
176 
100 


214 

394 

137 

64 

94 


97 
394 
50 
64 
94 


102 

188 

65 

31 

45 



188 

31 


79 
146 
51 
24 
35 


10 
146 
25 
24 
39 


161 
26 




Ferriday 

Clayton 

Grayson 

Kelly 

Kilbourne 


707 

238 

72 

410 


707 

238 

72 

410 


1236 
110 
417 
130 
717 


1236 

417 
130 
717 


450 
40 

152 
47 

261 


450 

152 

47 

261 


214 
19 
72 
23 

124 


214 

72 
23 

124 


167 
15 
56 
18 
97 


167 

56 
18 

97 


184 

62 
19 

107 




Locust Grove 
Lake Providence 
Mangum 
Crowville 
Monroe, First 


140 
823 
306 
228 
5379 


140 
823 
195 
228 
5379 


244 

1438 

536 

399 

6838 


244 

1438 

402 

399 

6838 


89 

523 

195 

145 

2488 


89 

523 

146 

145 

2488 


42 

250 

93 

69 

1187 


42 

250 

70 

69 

1187 


33 

195 

72 

54 

925 


33 

195 

54 

54 

925 


36 

215 

60 

60 

1021 


2191 
1931 


Memorial 
St. James 
Mount Olive 
St. Mark's 
Little Creek 


1260 
280 
166 
644 


1260 
280 
166 
644 


2204 
489 
290 

1125 
239 


2204 
489 
290 

1125 
239 


802 
178 
106 
409 
87 


802 
178 
106 
409 
10 


382 

85 

5 

195 
41 


382 
85 
50 

195 


298 
66 
39 

152 
32 


298 
66 
39 

152 
5 


329 
73 
43 

168 


482 
429 


St. Paul 
St. Paul's 
Southside 
Oak Grove 
Forest 


115 
2421 
2917 

631 
72 


115 
2421 
2917 

631 
72 


201 
4232 
5624 
1103 

126 


201 
4232 
5624 

126 


73 

1540 

2046 

401 

46 


73 

1540 

1000 

401 

46 


35 
734 
976 
191 

22 


35 
734 
600 
191 


27 
572 
761 
149 

17 


27 
572 
500 
149 

17 


3 

632 

839 

165 

19 


5042 
546 


Oak Ridge 
Rayville 
Holly Ridge 
St. Andrew's 
Bartholomew 


254 

1126 

53 

425 

97 


254 
1126 

53 
425 

97 


444 

1968 

93 

744 

169 


444 

1968 

93 

744 

169 


161 
716 

34 
271 

62 


161 

716 

34 

62 


77 
341 

16 
129 

29 


77 

341 

16 


60 
266 

13 
101 

23 


60 

266 

13 

23 


66 
294 

14 

25 


30 
640 


St. Joseph 
Waterproof 
Wesley 
Sicily Island 
Harrisonburg 


242 

445 
114 


242 

445 
114 


423 
505 
98 
779 
200 


423 
505 
98 
779 
200 


154 
184 

35 
283 

73 


154 
184 

35 
283 

73 


73 
88 
17 
13 
35 


14 

135 

35 


57 
68 
13 
105 
27 


13 

105 

27 


120 
100 

15 
116 

30 




Tallulah 

Vidalia 

Washington Chapel 
Mt. Sinai 
Mt. Nebo 


1042 

685 

173 

93 

59 


1042 
685 

93 
59 


1822 

1198 

302 

163 

104 


1822 

1198 

302 

163 

104 


663 

436 

110 

59 

38 


663 

436 

110 

59 

38 


316 

208 

52 

28 

18 


316 

208 

52 

28 

18 


246 

162 

41 

22 

14 


246 

162 

45 

22 

14 


272 
'179 

24 
15 


10 
481 


St. Peter 
Lawson Chapel 
West Monroe, Asbury 
Claiborne 
Wilhite 


53 

39 

625 

519 

73 


53 

39 

625 

519 

73 


93 

68 

1092 

907 

128 


93 

68 

1092 

907 

128 


34 

25 

397 

330 

47 


34 

25 

397 

330 

47 


16 

12 

190 

22 


16 

12 

190 

6 


13 

9 

148 

17 


13 

9 

148 



17 


14 

10 

163 

162 


182 


West Monroe, First 

McGuire 

Woodlawn 

Winnsboro 

Gilbert 


2617 

1307 

196 


2617 

1307 

196 


4576 
2286 

343 
1598 

345 


4576 

2286 

343 

345 


1665 
832 
125 
582 
125 


1665 
832 
125 
582 
125 


794 
397 

60 
277 

60 


794 

397 

60 


619 
309 

46 
216 

47 


619 
309 

46 
216 

47 


683 

341 
51 

239 
51 


3589 
4500 

12 


Wisner 
Boeuf Prairie 
Dist. Supt. 


378 
234 


378 


654 
408 


654 
408 


238 
149 


238 
149 


113 

71 


113 
71 


88 
35 


88 
35 


98 
61 




TOTAL 


33016 | 32408 


58577 


54383 


21316 | 19389 


10005 1 8411 


7778 1 6881 


7957 


21235 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



235 



Statistical Table No. 3 





BENEVOLENCES 






General Church 
























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3 

6 

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CO 

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c 
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61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 




















56 


59 


100 




3 




3275 


















720 


106 


111 






6 




7938 




352 


220 


5 


152 


729 




90 


15411 


1595 


1673 


2675 


400 


268 


2853 


146016 




90 


11 




4 


105 






85 


170 


178 


290 




10 




12462 






11 


1 




12 




71 


286 


550 


576 


165 


400 


32 


226 


44014 




78 


41 






119 






502 
246 


328 
94 


343 


80 
232 




19 


295 


25568 
6288 


200 






10 




10 






479 


551 


634 


331 


1046 


25 


791 


43889 


59 
















35 


132 


138 






8 


160 


9371 




69 








69 






266 


347 


364 


686 




20 


72 


26696 




29 








29 






98 






33 


120 


20 


140 


20451 


25 




5 






5 




50 


394 
365 


626 


656 
50 


852 
458 


225 


36 


300 


46713 
12675 






4 






4 






96 
20 


102 
150 


107 
157 


100 
299 




6 




5120 
12513 


















400 


715 


-749 




336 


41 


150 


58409 
2559 




41 








41 






1104 


241 


253 


275 




14 


1586 


27050 




6 








6 






79 


75 


79 


167 




4 




3799 






7 






7 






148 


415 


435 


605 


300 


24 




25358 


















208 


141 


148 


530 




8 




10699 




317 


125 




194 


636 




71 


3135 
399 


832 
236 


872 
167 


1775 


471 


48 
9 


1974 


90324 
21556 






20 






20 






200 


231 


242 


500 




13 




17240 


20 


1315 


333 


40 


40 


1728 


50 


75 


5545 


3955 


4146 


5862 


525 


230 


4184 


435939 




44 


79 






123 


8 


73 


1274 
140 


1275 
100 
168 


1336 
100 
176 


497 
100 


220 


74 
16 
10 


1576 
262 
110 


101534 

18043 

9493 




44 


19 






63 






264 


651 


682 


1200 


324 


38 


410 


87247 


5 


5 


5 






10 




10 


150 


25 


25 


180 








6273 




















116 


122 


245 




7 




5161 


150 


489 


158 


50 


92 


789 


20 


102 


8018 


2448 


2566 


5073 


600 


142 


1154 


215509 


56 


24 


24 


24 




72 


48 


86 


4140 


600 


3410 


6398 


420 


189 


520 


210221 
















75 


2469 
110 


1988 
73 


669 
76 


1400 
158 


426 


37 
4 


918 


80718 
4360 






10 






10 






1245 


257 


269 


235 




15 




14676 


50 


207 




35 




242 


40 


85 


3341 


1138 


1193 


5397 


460 


865 


944 


134656 




115 








115 






410 
554 
100 


54 

100 
98 


56 
150 
103 


176 
693 
228 


277 


3 
6 


189 


5125 

28439 

5827 




40 


3 




11 


54 




124 


480 


100 


256 


Z36 


251 


14 


221 


20589 




62 


20 


20 


27 


129 


20 




409 


292 


306 


475 




17 




19785 


















43 


56 


59 


123 


13 


3 


325 


4369 






37 


20 


52 


109 




51 


1111 


450 


472 


100 


288 


26 


294 


65063 






26 




20 


46 






192 


116 


121 






7 




7116 




20 


20 


20 


20 


80 




69 


840 


1054 


1105 




375 


61 


676 


53931 




248 


84 




38 


370 




61 


459 
44 


693 

175 

94 

60 


726 

183 

99 

63 


478 


286 


40 

7 
5 
3 


851 


49750 
9922 
4852 
3174 




















54 


56 






3 




3282 




















40 


41 






21 




2258 


210 


64 


18 


19 


15 


116 


13 


25 


1347 


632 


662 


642 


360 


37 


210 


82211 






79 






79 






836 


525 


550 


1118 




30 


533 


48862 






25 






25 






85 


74 


78 


152 




4 




5556 






175 






175 




138 


3424 


2646 


2774 


3177 


544 


454 


1650 


276521 


22 


85 


25 


25 


25 


160 


25 


90 


1999 


1322 


1386 


1464 


400 


77 


1272 


169522 




20 


20 






40 






275 


198 


208 


420 




12 




14739 


792 


281 


30 






311 






1918 


924 


969 


1576 




154 




74961 




54 


15 


25 




94 


20 




287 


199 


209 


400 




12 




21085 
















55 


1218 
701 


378 
236 


360 
248 


431 


235 


19 
14 




25449 
13793 
















100 










660 






34130 


1589 J 


4099 


1649 


294 


690 


6732 


244 


1501 


68104 


31057 


34001 


49287 


9962 


3270 


24846 


3054124 



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2 


3 


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5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Berwick 


Martin, E.J. 


300 


13 


3 


1 


7 


1 




2 


307 


85 


8 


93 


50 


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Buras, Trinity 


Bevill, Lillard R. 


82 


1 


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92 


64 


1 


18 


80 


17 


Golden Meadow 


Williams, Douglas T. 


481 




1 


10 






2 


1 


489 


130 


19 








Grand Isle 


Williams, Douglas T. 


33 










1 






32 


14 










Houma-First 


Winn & Cotton-Winn 


1302 


25 


30 


20 


1 


27 


5 


6 


1338 


288 


32 


160 


110 


15 


Houma Heights 


Carter, Stephen P. 


169 


1 


6 


15 


20 




2 




169 


81 


4 


76 


11 




Clanton Chapel 


Carter, Stephen P. 


181 






2 


2 






3 


178 


78 


5 


143 


15 




Wesley 


Rhyan, Henry J. 


22 


2 












2 


22 


20 


1 


8 


3 




Mt. Vernon 


Rhyan, Henry J. 


39 














2 


37 


21 


21 








Luling 


Maddin, Larry 


351 


4 


22 


2 




10 


2 


1 


366 


108 


1 


64 


41 


2 


St. John 


Maddin, Larry 


33 


3 








2 






34 


12 




3 


5 




Mathews 


Seals, S W 


135 


5 


5 


2 








1 


146 


60 


7 


36 


11 


2 


Bayou Blue 


Seals, S W 


176 


11 


10 


6 




2 




1 


200 


110 


3 


28 


12 


7 


Pharr Chapel 


Fairley, J Vernon 


813 


44 


14 


2 




14 




10 


849 


180 


23 


172 


145 


12 


Walmsley 


Transpers, Roger J 


67 














1 


66 


40 




15 




5 


Mason 


Transpers, Roger J. 


70 




2 


2 








1 


73 


25 




12 






Napoleonville, Wesley 


Holland, Albert LP 


82 


2 












1 


83 


55 


4 


18 




3 


Woodlawn 


Holland, Albert LP 


76 


1 














77 


50 


3 


10 




5 


N. O.Algiers, First 


Meek, Richard R. 


360 


3 


8 






5 


4 


4 


358 


123 


1 


61 


12 




Asbury 


Jones, William L. 


114 


2 














116 


95 


2 


4 


2 




St. Matthew 


Jones, William L. 


147 










6 


4 


1 


136 


95 


3 


16 


4 




Aurora 


Blakeman, H. Warren 


1541 


24 


86 


47 


1 


76 


5 


3 


1616 


484 


37 


408 


180 


21 


Belle Chasse 


Davis, Douglas L. 


146 


1 


1 




1 






1 


146 


45 


1 


32 


40 




Hope Chapel 


Davis, Douglas L. 


10 
















10 


7 




3 


4 




Boynton 


Christopher, 0. W. 


179 


3 


2 


1 








2 


183 


130 


7 


49 




4 


Carrollton 


Ramsey, D. Dwight 


325 


11 


14 


11 




7 


3 


6 


345 


150 


6 


46 


90 


3 


First Street 


Davis, Abraham E. 


971 


16 


1 


4 








10 


982 


321 


11 


122 


25 


21 


Gretna 


Harbuck, George W. 


785 


57 


43 


23 


3 


33 


3 


4 


865 


375 


23 


126 


58 


12 


Haven 


Jones, Russell L. 


227 


1 


7 


4 


1 


3 


1 


8 


226 


107 


10 


47 


1 


8 


Jefferson 


Herr, Cleveland B. 


265 


6 


6 


5 




6 


1 


2 


273 


68 


2 


14 


6 


4 


Kenner, First 


Morgan, Eddie E. 


450 


18 


15 


21 


2 


27 


13 




462 


128 


12 


68 


37 


4 


Ross 


Barrie, Donald LP 


71 


5 












1 


75 


60 


5 


35 




5 


Thomas 


Barrie, Donald LP 


59 


3 


1 


1 








1 


63 


50 


8 


36 




4 


Mount Zion 


Norris, Alfred L. 


1098 


14 


11 


12 


5 


5 


1 


18 


1106 


400 


15 


204 


14 


9 


Napoleon Avenue 


Perrott, T. Wayne 


189 




1 










1 


189 


50 


1 


12 


3 


2 


Parker Memorial 


Feske, MillicentC. 


116 


2 


2 




16 


7 




3 


94 


30 


1 


10 






Felicity 


Feske, MillicentC. 


55 


1 














56 


12 




2 






Peck 


Williams, Nathaniel 


384 


6 


4 


1 




5 




8 


382 


150 


8 


64 


43 


16 


Peoples 


London, Wm. R. Jr. 


207 


27 




2 








7 


229 


107 


11 


125 




20 


Philips Memorial 


Pollar, Alfred 


221 


3 














224 


90 


7 


63 


10 


5 


Shaw Temple 


Pollar, Alfred 


67 














2 


65 


50 


4 


34 


34 


4 


Rayne Memorial 


Frazier, Clyde C. Jr. 


696 


11 


17 


10 


1 


13 


10 


7 


703 


194 


4 


70 


37 


3 


St. James 


Wesley, Paul 


172 


4 


5 


3 




4 




1 


179 


70 


8 


46 


12 




St. Matthew's 


Lawton, Bob 


946 


13 


38 


1 


24 


34 


26 


3 


911 


271 


12 


152 


10 


10 


St. Paul 


Carter, Paul W. 


352 


22 


24 


4 


5 


4 


3 


2 


388 


115 


4 


67 


18 


10 


Trinity 


Church, Percell LP 


228 


2 


2 


1 




6 




3 


224 


50 










Wesley 


Church, Percell LP 


108 


7 


2 






1 




3 


113 


47 


11 


10 




9 


Williams 


Hoover, Thomas A. LP 


170 


6 




4 








4 


176 


53 


10 


39 




1 


Patterson 


Cook, Gary LP 


107 


4 


3 












114 


40 


11 


16 


8 


1 


Bayou Vista 


Cook, Gary LP 


98 


3 


2 




2 


2 






99 


22 


1 


14 


10 


1 


Thibodaux-First 


Olmsted, Lewis L. 


214 


13 


3 


2 


2 


7 




2 


221 


70 


1 


42 


2 




Thibodaux-Vacherie 


Olmsted, Lewis L. 


7 
















7 


5 










Thibodaux-Gibson 


Olmsted, Lewis L. 


4 


1 














5 


3 










Calvary 


Streams, Louis L. 


92 




2 










5 


89 


75 


5 


14 




9 


Magnolia 


Streams, Louis L. 


84 


2 












2 


84 


50 


1 








Dist. Supt. 


Blakely, William C. 
































TOTAL 


15677 


403 


402 


219 


93 


305 


85 


146 


16072 


5613 


375 


2907 


1143 


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15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


6 


33 


16 


27 


82 


72 


10 


60 


10 






17 




200000 


60000 








12 






10 


15 


67 


30 


18 






10 


400 


21 


700 


248000 


65000 


13860 




17 


45 


20 


23 


105 


52 




105 




18 


300 


25 


166 


346500 
140500 


82800 








56 


127 


79 


128 


390 


175 


353 


443 


22 






30 


950 


1428970 


104400 


60596 


186114 




5 


30 


13 


15 


63 


45 


17 


23 








15 


250 


269000 


16000 


12800 






6 


53 


29 


21 


109 


79 












12 


65 


115000 










2 


3 


2 


3 


10 










7 


125 






50000 










4 


1 


5 


6 


25 


16 










1427 




150 


82000 










14 


42 


34 


36 


126 


4 


20 


15 


4 


10 


50 


16 


1406 


457000 


76500 


42000 


71000 


















8 












102000 




2000 






6 


13 


10 


26 


55 


20 




10 


1 






36 


343 


119000 


29000 


19500 






10 


50 


29 


27 


116 


81 




16 


7 










325000 


29000 


3000 


44000 




31 


60 


25 


80 


196 


89 


12 


125 


11 


35 


1000 


47 


2271 


377500 


80000 


150000 


40550 




3 


7 


2 


6 


18 


12 


























2 


7 


3 




12 


4 








10 




10 


200 


60000 


5000 


1600 


5223 




3 


18 


10 


8 


39 


30 


35 




2 






45 
40 




73500 
60000 


22000 








14 


27 


33 


33 


107 


60 


15 


53 


2 






51 


499 


535000 


100000 


15204 


10966 


1200 


4 


28 


9 




41 


22 
















45000 










8 


30 


12 


15 


65 


40 


10 






16 




20 




55000 


11000 








79 


223 


132 


233 


667 


318 


185 


340 


24 


40 




134 


1670 


1385000 


210000 


77000 






6 


21 


6 


7 


40 


23 
















221700 


115400 


1113 






2 


3 






5 


4 
















9000 










12 


30 


15 


5 


62 


25 








25 


1300 


30 


681 


300000 










21 


50 


21 


131 


223 


90 


22 


25 


7 


15 


75 


92 


2740 


900000 


122000 


32500 


3986 




14 


84 


45 


40 


183 


69 


60 


55 


3 


56 


450 


133 


575 


689000 




143000 




31426 


61 


99 


33 


81 


274 


207 


152 


267 




38 


163 


72 


22640 


957772 


89910 


41969 


407071 




8 


18 


10 


16 


52 


15 


8 


25 




22 


180 


57 


300 


156000 


35000 








8 


11 


2 


10 


31 


17 


11 




4 


22 


170 


15 


819 


125000 


58000 


6248 






13 


25 


26 


43 


107 


68 


17 


67 


4 






54 


1471 


671000 


101000 


1981 






6 


13 


10 


5 


34 


28 


7 


9 


3 






40 




75000 


30000 






3000 


4 


12 


13 


8 


37 


30 


6 


5 


2 






30 


108 


62000 


10000 






5000 


32 


62 


50 


80 


224 


105 


45 


40 


9 


218 


1900 


200 


670 


370000 




151000 






7 


3 


6 


39 


55 


40 


17 


20 




12 


250 


30 


1700 


780000 


90000 


15051 




2500 


3 






7 
7 


10 

7 


5 


7 


10 




1 




7 


835 


309000 
195000 


87000 
30000 


10500 
40000 






6 


79 


15 


14 


114 


28 


10 


40 








42 


475 


145473 




8000 


10000 




11 


57 


30 


25 


123 


45 


17 


20 


18 


15 


773 


36 


742 


162000 




100000 






7 


8 


13 


2 


30 


18 


20 










10 




447000 










3 


5 


7 


2 


17 


7 






4 




















10 


30 


12 


40 


92 


50 


53 


220 


4 






70 


66 


2850000 


147000 


3444007 






9 


19 


15 


28 


71 


39 


14 




1 


14 




16 


970 


90000 


32000 


1500 


8700 


1200 


35 


120 


80 


140 


375 


211 


90 


150 


11 


40 


1300 


113 


6563 


1750000 


125000 


35000 


648000 




12 


35 


20 


25 


92 


55 


27 


55 


10 


15 




27 


308 


514000 


122000 


5000 


22000 




5 






5 


10 


6 












8 




250000 


50000 








6 


7 


5 


5 


23 


3 
















200000 


25000 








5 


17 


8 


6 


36 


22 






2 


3 




25 




178000 


75000 




4000 




6 


19 


3 


8 


36 


17 


5 


6 


1 








56 


114500 


41300 


12957 






8 


13 


5 


8 


34 


20 


7 


15 


1 










158500 




914 




2300 


9 


25 


10 


21 


65 


32 


3 




5 










250000 
8600 
2500 


95000 


26000 
2000 


34000 




5 


20 


5 


4 


34 


18 


5 






17 


2400 


20 


952 


130000 


27000 


15000 


30702 




3 


15 


5 


2 


25 


15 








12 


150 


10 


120 


81500 
166500 


158700 




3700 
86300 




619 


1736 


943 


1516 


4814 


2497 


1278 


2227 


172 


671 


12413 


1656 


51461 


19793015 


2557010 


4491300 


1616312 


46626 



238 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



NEW ORLEANS-HOUMA 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 




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funds borr 


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CO c 


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CO c 


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CO o 

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CO 

a. 
75 
o 


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< 3 

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2 CO 


■a 

CO 

Q. 

o 




Q. O t 


O -<z- 


Una 


CQ T3 


Q. < 


Q. < 


< < 


< < 


H 


5 < 


5< 


1- 


H 0- 


l- Q. 


H 


Church/Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41 c 


Berwick 


3040 


6271 


2857 


17185 


270 


11700 


11700 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Buras, Trinity 




1794 


1085 


7457 


2649 


10200 


10200 








1800 




1800 


3000 




3000 


Golden Meadow 




4755 


1315 


11604 


3901 


12500 


12500 








1400 




1400 


2730 




2730 


Grand Isle 








1023 


150 


2080 


2080 








180 




180 


740 




740 


Houma-First 


19094 


41750 


4876 


56131 


19818 


26030 


26329 








3600 




3600 


7200 




7200 


Houma Heights 


1416 


141 


539 


1455 


3161 


5570 


5570 








814 




814 


3132 




3132 


Clanton Chapel 








826 




2000 


1662 








1000 




1000 


1067 




1000 


Wesley 


800 


200 




300 


550 


1300 


1300 








350 




350 


260 




260 


Mt. Vernon 




475 


180 


110 


200 


1040 


1040 














200 




200 


Luling 


11894 


106404 


5886 


8603 


3177 


13125 


13125 








2175 




2175 


3600 




3600 


St. John 




7 


27 


677 


195 


1750 


1750 














950 




950 


Mathews 






100 


4422 




5253 


5253 








600 




600 


1800 




1800 


Bayou Blue 


11660 


4361 


1491 


2095 


287 


5253 


5253 








600 




600 


1800 




1800 


Pharr Chapel 


10631 


34289 


4492 


16425 


2801 


18100 


18100 








1200 




1200 


3600 




3600 


Walmsley 






90 


1694 


28 


3000 


3000 








500 




500 


420 




420 


Mason 






175 


1195 


10 


2400 


2400 








526 




526 


115 




115 


Napoleonville, Wesley 




800 


1800 






3770 


3770 




















Woodlawn 






220 


425 




2520 


2520 




















NO. Algiers, First 


3650 


4604 


2672 


29217 


1820 


18317 


18317 








2100 




2100 


3600 




3600 


Asbury 


976 




345 


1458 




4600 


4600 








1450 




1450 


1338 




1338 


St. Matthew 




94 


212 


2220 


75 


7500 


7500 








1550 




1550 


125 




125 


Aurora 


63418 


43585 


12701 


79219 


22087 


27400 


27400 


11771 


11771 


39171 


1800 


1800 


3600 


3600 


3600 


7200 


Belle Chasse 




285 


1632 


2409 


1357 


7800 


7800 








1200 




1200 


3600 




3600 


Hope Chapel 






80 


122 


300 


2400 


2400 




















Boynton 




69792 


1454 




500 


7355 


7355 








1508 




1508 


350 




350 


Carrollton 


2408 


33081 


3590 


36983 


3181 


18100 


18100 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


First Street 


6771 


6202 


3556 


20728 


2458 


10710 


10710 








526 




526 


1808 




1808 


Gretna 


46872 


28344 


10013 


73197 


14627 


19600 


19600 








2704 




2704 


3600 






Haven 




1117 


978 


11361 


1382 


7228 


1288 








2400 




2400 


884 




884 


Jefferson 


1700 


767 


2714 


4225 


1110 


10000 


10000 








2000 




2000 


2000 




2000 


Kenner, First 




7837 


4731 


25916 


2470 


13600 


13600 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Ross 


800 


6000 


1200 


1500 




2800 


2800 








600 




600 


300 




300 


Thomas 


1600 


13000 


900 


1600 




2800 


2800 








900 




900 


300 




300 


Mount Zion 




18410 


5155 


26854 


3600 


19000 


19000 








1800 




1800 


2330 




2330 


Napoleon Avenue 


2500 


3714 


1500 


14022 


1500 


10700 


10700 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Parker Memorial 




4905 


477 


9181 


1947 


9364 


9364 








1800 




1800 


2300 




2300 


Felicity 




14424 


156 


2399 


248 


2400 


2400 














600 




600 


Peck 


625 


3082 


330 


1003 


6903 


9270 


9270 








1350 




1350 


976 




976 


Peoples 




358 


6524 


3026 


25 


5200 


5200 




















Philips Memorial 






4032 






10400 


10400 








1800 




1800 


1300 




1300 


Shaw Temple 




1146 


2 


1346 




3180 


3180 




















Rayne Memorial 




34222 


13019 


134852 


45990 


31050 


31050 


10501 


10501 


41551 


2365 


2233 


4598 


3600 


3600 


7200 


St. James 


3332 


1320 


1803 


2419 


3501 


11140 


11140 








1800 




1800 


3100 




3100 


St. Matthew's 


42002 


64567 


5983 


46483 


66 


20400 


20400 


5000 


5000 


25400 


2000 




2000 


3600 




3600 


St. Paul 


3157 


13913 


8685 


15183 


2317 


15208 


15208 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Trinity 




640 


273 


2975 




3412 


3412 








800 




800 


289 




289 


Wesley 




1998 


200 


2473 


1000 


3848 


3848 








800 




800 


250 




250 


Williams 


1000 


10172 


295 


4994 




6916 


6916 








700 




700 


520 




520 


Patterson 




2540 


647 


2276 


1151 


5082 


5582 








848 




848 


1620 




1620 


Bayou Vista 


1200 


1153 


1003 


3352 


536 


2787 


2787 








800 




800 


1690 




1690 


Thibodaux-First 


3284 


5001 


1751 


4889 


2000 


12048 


12048 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Thibodaux-Vacherie 








59 




300 


300 














300 




300 


Thibodaux-Gibson 








99 




300 


300 














120 




120 


Calvary 


4800 




726 


864 




3640 


3640 














450 




450 


Magnolia 


1000 


608 


1456 


750 




3640 


3640 




















District Supt. 












25900 


25900 








1800 




1800 


5700 




5700 


TOTAL 


249630 


598128 


125928 


701281 


159348 


502986 


497507 


27272 


27272 


106122 


62946 


4033 


66979 


102464 


7200 


105997 






LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



239 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


a. 
o 

° c 
O o 

II 

Bg 

co < 

II 

CD c 
•D O 

ss 
s s 


Q. 
O 
O 

O 

ID 

■i? 

^ CO 
CO 0. 

II 

CD c 

■o O 
2'co 

£ o 


c 
g 

CO 

£; "O 

CO CD 

II 

CD -o 

s§ 

C3 LL 


c 
g 

]o 

.22 

"c 

I 

5 s 

fO Q_ 
CD -o 

Oll 


c 
g 

5 
o5 

'c 
E-d 

"O CD 
<§ 

II 

H 

CO T) 
^L? 


c 
o 

CO 

w 

'c 
E 

< 

CO 

c 

O TJ 

■o r; 

CO T3 
^LL- 


c 
o 

CO 
CO 

-o .2 

< c 

<D 2 

<-> 9- 
c 9- 

CD < 

O 3 
O LL 




Pension And 
Benefit Funds 
Apportioned 


co 

c c 
< 3 

o ~ 

'»«!- 

c c !2 
<i> cd nj 

Q_ CD Q_ 


c 

<D 
T3 

C C 

c o 

CD -p 
1° 

c< 

c -o 

Q LL 


£ 

c 

CD 

C 

CD 
Q. 

3 -O 

co a 

C T3 

l S 

O LL 


c 

if s 

"• CD 
Q..2 

o c 
o o 

.<2 Q. 

Q. Cl 
LLI < 


T3 

c 
3 

LL 

"5 
a. 
o 
o 

CO "O 

O.C0 
LLI Q. 


-a 

£° 

_C0 o 

CO "^p 
CO o 

Q. 

il< 

3 C 
IT 3 
LU LL 


CO 
CD 

■■= T3 

3 C 
CT 3 
LU LL 


< 

IB CD 
C c 
CD o 

Og 

fa 
h 

CD 3 

\- LL 


T3 
< 

s 

O 

c 
cd 
O 

£s 

2 5 

o o_ 

t? 

CD 3 
1- LL 


c 

o 

2! 

y) 

E "o 

■o .2 
< c 

CD O 
<■> ft 

c 5- 

CD < 

S § 

O LL 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 


2361 


2361 


731 


731 


162 


162 


56 


56 


56 


56 


38 


38 


99 


99 


36 


36 


670 


670 


1364 


1364 


422 


422 


94 


94 


32 


32 


32 


32 


22 


5 


57 


10 


21 


21 


387 


100 


3155 


3155 


977 


977 


216 


216 


75 


75 


75 


75 


50 




132 


132 


48 


48 


896 


896 


333 


333 


103 


103 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 




5 




14 




5 




95 




9256 


9256 


2865 


2865 


635 


635 


220 


220 


220 


220 


147 


147 


388 


388 


141 


141 


2627 


2627 


1075 


672 


333 


208 


74 


22 


26 


3 


26 


3 


17 


2 


45 


6 


16 


2 


305 


38 


841 


60 


260 


25 


58 




20 




20 




13 




35 




13 




239 




217 


217 


67 


67 


15 


15 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


61 


61 


242 


242 


75 


75 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


69 


69 


2599 


2599 


805 


805 


178 


178 


62 


62 


62 


62 


41 




109 


109 


40 


40 


738 


738 


293 


293 


91 


91 


20 


20 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


12 


12 


4 


4 


83 


83 


921 


921 


285 


285 


63 


63 


22 


22 


22 


22 


15 


15 


39 


39 


14 


14 


261 


261 


1141 


1141 


353 


353 


78 


78 


27 


27 


27 


27 


18 


18 


48 


48 


17 


17 


324 


324 


5276 


5276 


1633 


1633 


362 


362 


126 


126 


126 


126 


84 


84 


221 


221 


80 


80 


1497 


1497 


447 


447 


138 


138 


31 


31 


11 


11 


11 


11 


7 


7 


19 


19 


7 


7 


127 


127 


402 


402 


124 


124 


28 


28 


10 


10 


10 


10 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


114 


114 


477 


477 


148 


148 


33 


33 


11 


11 


11 


11 


8 


8 


20 


20 


7 


7 


135 


135 


450 




142 


142 


31 


31 


11 


11 


11 


11 


7 




19 




7 


7 


130 


130 


3585 


3585 


1110 


1110 


246 


246 


85 


85 


85 


85 


57 


57 


150 


150 


55 


55 


1018 


1018 


786 


786 


243 


243 


54 


54 


19 


19 


19 


19 


13 


13 


33 


33 


12 


12 


223 


223 


1144 


1144 


354 


354 


78 


78 


27 


27 


27 


27 


18 


18 


48 


48 


17 


17 


325 


325 


10593 


10593 


3279 


3279 


726 


726 


252 


252 


252 


252 


168 


168 


444 


444 


161 


161 


3006 


3006 


1392 


1392 


431 


431 


95 


95 


33 


33 


33 


33 


22 


22 


58 


58 


21 


21 


395 


395 


137 


97 


42 


42 


9 


9 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


39 


39 


1250 


1250 


387 


387 


86 


86 


30 


30 


30 


30 


20 


20 


52 


52 


19 


19 


355 


355 


3433 


3433 


1063 


1063 


235 


235 


82 


82 


82 


82 


55 


55 


144 


144 


52 


52 


974 


974 


1343 


1343 


1608 


1608 


356 


356 


124 


124 


124 


124 


83 


83 


218 


218 


79 


79 


1475 


1475 


6969 


6969 


2157 


2157 


478 


478 


166 


166 


166 


166 


111 


111 


292 


292 


106 


106 


1978 


1978 


2002 


2002 


620 


620 


137 


137 


48 


48 


48 


48 


32 


32 


84 


84 


31 


31 


568 


136 


2010 


2010 


622 


622 


138 


138 


48 


48 


48 


48 


32 


32 


84 


84 


31 


31 


570 


570 


4062 


4062 


1257 


1257 


279 


279 


97 


97 


97 


97 


65 


65 


170 


170 


62 


62 


1153 


1153 


459 


459 


142 


142 


32 


32 


11 


11 


11 


11 


7 


7 


19 


19 


7 


7 


130 


130 


434 


434 


134 


134 


30 


30 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


18 


18 


7 


7 


123 


123 


5676 


5676 


1757 


1757 


389 


389 


135 


135 


135 


135 


90 


90 


238 


238 


86 


86 


1611 


1611 


2104 


2104 


651 


651 


144 


144 


50 


50 


50 


50 


33 


33 


88 


88 


32 


32 


597 


597 


1338 


1338 


414 


414 


92 


92 


32 


32 


32 


32 


21 


21 


56 


56 


20 


20 


380 


196 


490 


490 


152 


152 


34 


34 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


7 


7 


139 


139 


2102 


2102 


651 


651 


144 


144 


50 


50 


50 


50 


33 


33 


88 


88 


32 


32 


597 


597 


1004 


1004 


311 


311 


69 


69 


24 


24 


24 


24 


16 


16 


42 


42 


15 


15 


285 


285 


1887 


1887 


584 


584 


129 


129 


45 


45 


45 


45 


30 


30 


79 


79 


29 


29 


535 


535 


580 


580 


180 


180 


40 


40 


14 


14 


14 


14 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


165 


165 


9961 


9961 


3083 


3083 


664 


664 


237 


237 


237 


237 


158 


158 


417 


417 


151 


151 


2827 


2827 


1433 


1433 


444 


444 


98 


98 


34 


34 


34 


34 


23 


10 


60 


20 


22 


10 


407 


87 


9359 


9359 


2897 


2897 


642 


642 


223 


223 


223 


223 


149 


149 


392 


392 


143 


143 


2656 


2656 


3014 


3014 


933 


933 


207 


207 


72 


75 


72 


75 


48 


48 


126 


126 


46 


46 


855 


855 


1438 


15 


445 


15 


99 


15 


34 


15 


34 




23 




60 




22 




408 




966 


966 


299 


299 


66 


66 


23 


23 


23 


23 


15 


15 


40 


40 


15 


15 


274 


274 


1201 


1201 


372 


372 


82 


82 


29 


29 


29 


29 


19 


19 


50 


50 


18 


18 


392 


392 


950 


950 


294 


294 


65 


65 


23 


23 


23 


23 


15 


15 


40 


40 


14 


14 


270 


270 


792 


792 


245 


245 


54 


54 


19 


19 


19 


19 


13 


13 


33 




12 


12 


225 


79 


1794 


1794 


555 


555 


123 


123 


43 


43 


43 


43 


29 


29 


75 


75 


27 


27 


509 


509 


55 


55 


17 


17 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


16 


16 


42 


42 


13 


13 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


12 


12 


628 


628 


194 


194 


43 


43 


15 


15 


15 


15 


10 


10 


26 


26 


10 


10 


178 


178 


576 


576 


178 


178 


39 


39 


14 


14 


14 


14 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


163 


163 


117839 


114742 


37670 


36880 


8327 


8133 


2900 


2838 


2900 


2815 


1935 


1751 


5096 


4809 


1852 


1786 


34591 


32213 



240 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



NEW ORLEANS-HOUMA 





CONNECT. 
ADMIN. 
FUNDS 


BENEVOLENCES 




World Service and 
Conference Benevolences 
Apportioned 


World Service and 
Conference Benevolences 
Paid 


c 
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CD 

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to 

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215 

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C CD 
<B Q. 

Oco 


Church/Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


Berwick 


770 


770 


1205 


1205 


438 


438 


209 


209 


163 


163 


180 




Buras, Trinity 






696 


205 


253 


50 


121 


10 


94 


94 


10 




Golden Meadow 


2315 


2315 


1611 


1611 


586 




279 




218 








Grand Isle 


245 


245 


170 




62 




30 




23 








Hou ma-First 


3019 


5081 


4725 


4725 


1719 


1719 


820 


820 


639 


639 


705 


272 


Houma Heights 


350 


292 


549 


69 


200 


25 


95 


12 


74 


9 


10 




Clanton Chapel 


274 




429 


25 


156 




75 




58 








Wesley 






67 


67 




111 


40 


40 


19 


19 


15 


16 


Mt. Vernon 


10 


10 


123 


123 


45 


45 


21 


21 


17 


17 


18 




Luling 


1908 


1908 


1327 


1327 


483 


483 


230 




179 








St. John 


123 


123 


150 


150 


54 


54 


26 


26 


20 


20 


22 




Mathews 






470 


470 


171 


171 


82 


82 


64 


64 


70 




Bayou Blue 






582 


582 


212 


212 


101 


101 


79 


79 


87 




Pharr Chapel 


1721 


1721 


2693 


2693 


980 


980 


467 


467 


364 


364 


402 




Walmsley 






228 


228 


83 


83 


40 


40 


31 


31 


34 




Mason 






205 


205 


75 


75 


36 


36 


28 


28 


31 




Napoleonville, Wesley 






243 


243 


89 


89 


42 


42 


33 


33 


36 




Wood lawn 




337 


234 


234 


85 


85 


41 


41 


32 








N.O. Algiers, First 


1170 


1170 


1830 


1830 


666 


666 


318 


318 


248 


248 


273 


106 


Asbury 


578 


578 


401 


401 


146 


146 


70 


70 


54 


54 


60 




St. Matthew 


608 


608 


584 


584 


213 


213 


101 


101 


79 


79 


87 




Aurora 


3456 


3456 


5407 


5407 


1967 


1967 


938 


938 


731 


731 


807 




Belle Chasse 


454 


454 


711 


711 


259 


259 


123 


123 


96 


96 


106 


100 


Hope Chapel 




71 


70 


55 


25 


25 


12 


12 


9 


9 


10 




Boynton 


408 


408 


638 


534 


232 


222 


111 








29 




Carrollton 


1120 


1120 


1753 


1753 


638 


638 


304 


304 


237 


237 


262 




First Street 


3813 


3813 


2652 


2652 


965 


965 


460 


460 


359 


359 






Gretna • 


2273 


2280 


3557 


3557 


1294 


1294 


617 


617 


481 


481 


531 


1872 


Haven 


653 


653 


1022 


1022 


372 


236 


177 


177 


138 


138 


74 




Jefferson 


1275 


1275 


1026 


1026 


373 


373 


178 


178 


139 


139 


153 


100 


Kenner, First 


1325 


1325 


2073 


2073 


754 


754 


360 


360 


280 


280 





372 


Ross 


338 


338 


235 


235 


85 


85 


41 


41 


32 


32 


35 




Thomas 


320 


320 


222 


222 


81 


55 


38 


38 


30 


30 






Mount Zion 


1852 


1852 


2897 


2897 


1054 


1054 


503 


503 


392 


392 


432 




Napoleon Avenue 


687 


687 


1074 


1074 


391 


391 


186 


186 


145 


145 


160 


66 


Parker Memorial 


437 


431 


683 


683 


249 


85 


119 


77 


92 


92 


50 




Felicity 


160 


160 


250 


250 


91 


91 


43 


43 


34 


34 


37 




Peck 






1073 


1073 


390 


390 


186 


186 


145 


145 






Peoples 


734 


734 


513 


513 


187 


187 


89 


89 


69 


69 


77 




Philips Memorial 






963 


963 


350 


350 


167 


167 


130 


130 


144 




Shaw Temple 






296 


296 


108 


108 


51 


51 


40 


40 


44 




Rayne Memorial 


3650 


3650 


5085 


5085 


1850 


1850 


882 


882 


668 


668 


759 


1275 


St. James 




907 


732 


732 


266 


266 


127 


25 


99 


25 


25 




St. Matthew's 


3125 


3125 


4777 


4777 


1738 


1738 


829 


829 


646 


646 


713 


3331 


St. Paul 


2206 


2206 


1538 


1538 


560 


560 


267 


267 


208 


208 


230 




Trinity 






734 


734 


267 




127 




99 








Wesley 






493 


493 


179 


179 


86 


86 


67 


67 


74 




Williams 


341 


341 


613 


613 


223 


223 


106 


106 


83 


83 


92 




Patterson 


697 


697 


485 


485 


177 


177 


84 


84 


66 


66 


72 




Bayou Vista 


509 


509 


404 




147 




70 




55 








Thibodaux-First 


585 


585 


916 


916 


333 


333 


159 


159 


124 


124 


137 


322 


Thibodaux-Vacherie 


18 


18 


28 


28 


10 


10 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 




Thibodaux-Gibson 


14 


14 


22 


22 


8 


8 


4 


4 


3 


3 


3 




Calvary 


461 


461 


320 


320 


117 


117 


56 


56 


43 


43 


48 




Magnolia 


423 


423 


294 


294 


107 


107 


51 


51 


40 


40 


44 




District Supt. 


























TOTAL 


44425 


47471 


62078 


60010 


22563 


20742 


10800 


9540 


8300 


7497 


7192 


7832 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



241 



Statistical Table No. 3 





BENEVOLENCES 








General Church 






























Special Da 


y Offerings 




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c 

3 
LL 

fiS. 

ft 

5 LU 


CD 
O 

c 

CO 

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5 .2 
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CD 
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£• 

CO 

c 

CD 
C 
CD 
O 


to 

c 
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c 

3 
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CD 
CO 
CD 


CD 

CO 
CO 

3 

6 

CO t- 
C 3 
CD -C 

Q. O 


CD 

CO 
CO 

3 

6 

c 

1- 
oi 2 
c to 

CD CO 

Q. Q. 


CO 
CD 
O 

c 

CD 
O 

> 
CD 
C 
CD 
CD 

CD 

JZ 

O 


CO 
CO 

— CD 

sz c 
to 




o 

£ 
o 
to 

£■0 

3 C 

f => 
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3 
O 

X 

to °> 
(B « 

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c 
o 
'c 

3 

E 
E 
o 
O 
32 
6 
g 


co 

si 

c a 


co 

c 
q 

CD 

cc 

c 
co 
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01 

CO -jj 

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+ co 

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c 


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3 
TJ 
LU 

C 

CO >. 
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CO "D 
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■C 3 
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< 

CL 

< 

1- _ 

Is 

O -5 


61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 


















470 


697 


731 






40 


114 


55949 




115 








115 






406 


50 


50 


1566 




5 




32626 




54 


27 






81 




77 


269 


932 


977 


2000 


240 




487 


52768 




75 








75 






97 














5057 




172 


258 






430 




131 


3567 


2733 


2865 


3331 


685 


159 


1047 


224206 




















40 


42 


609 




2 


50 


18344 
4598 


4 
















19 

13 


64 
71 


67 

75 






6 

40 


721 


5511 
3071 






39 


28 




67 




66 


742 


767 




1900 


360 


45 


52 


167174 






21 


17 




38 






80 


87 


91 


243 








5062 
















51 


122 


272 
337 


285 
353 


605 
695 


307 


16 
20 


184 


17294 
32168 




87 


40 




47 


134 
40 




91 


744 
66 


1558 
132 


1663 
138 


2138 


315 


90 
8 


1572 


115875 
7330 












62 






39 


119 
141 


124 
148 






7 
8 
8 




5864 
7960 
4202 




71 


98 






169 




50 


879 


1059 
232 


1110 
243 


895 




61 
13 


810 


82015 
13366 


















10 


338 


354 




116 


20 




1641 


235 


754 


40 






794 




137 


5510 


3127 


3279 


2427 


786 


182 


2115 


321760 


40 


26 


38 


13 


22 


99 




51 


444 


411 


431 


1228 


316 


24 




26656 




40 






25 


65 






125 


30 


32 






4 




3543 




33 








33 






560 


229 


300 










85456 




100 








100 




91 


1536 


1014 


1063 


1875 


189 


59 


1282 


120386 




100 


100 


172 


150 


522 


100 


200 


200 


1534 


1608 


1000 


343 


89 


1073 


73087 




431 


217 


100 




748 






1600 


2057 


2157 


5385 


438 


119 


4530 


235446 




41 


40 




42 


123 




20 


209 




200 


284 


60 


34 


653 


32371 


10 


69 


82 


40 


50 


241 


50 


50 


290 


593 


622 


1569 


75 


34 


424 


35301 




242 


77 




57 


376 




70 


712 


1199 


1257 


1955 


40 


70 


928 


78967 
















10 


50 


136 


142 


50 


25 


8 


150 


15355 
















10 


55 






50 


22 




108 


22783 




100 


150 


275 


125 


650 


125 


95 


966 


1676 


1757 


1149 


621 


97 


1100 


102632 






82 


27 




109 






959 


621 


651 


862 




36 


1700 


50732 




27 


34 


37 


67 


165 




32 


401 


172 


325 


1540 


15 


23 




36266 




18 






6 


24 






73 


145 


152 






8 


137 


22256 




54 








54 




501 


120 


621 








36 




30412 


















200 


297 


311 


1200 


400 


17 


305 


21322 




84 








84 




94 




557 








32 




23416 




12 


15 


9 


14 


50 








171 


180 






10 




7659 


65 


389 


124 


2 


53 


568 




170 


4726 


4315 


3083 


17132 


1225 


171 


1670 


346461 




37 


32 


12 


11 


92 




60 


107 


100 


100 








115 


33139 


25 


14 


173 


25 


25 


237 


25 


100 


1404 


2763 


2897 


4680 


500 


160 


3052 


237787 




39 


47 






86 






2699 


890 


933 


743 


360 


52 


572 


80580 
































9183 


















74 


285 


299 


25 




17 




13889 












131 








355 


372 






21 


50 


29176 






55 






55 




20 


211 
185 


281 


294 


56 




16 




18872 
14448 


25 


137 


24 


128 


43 


332 


63 
2 


63 
2 


362 
151 


530 
16 
12 


555 
17 
13 


1500 


100 


31 

7 
1 




43708 

1019 

677 








46 




46 




130 


61 
18 


185 
170 


194 
178 




696 


11 
10 


340 


13481 

9815 

34226 


404 


3321 


1813| 


931 


737 


6995 


365 


2372 


31621 


34121 


32718 


58692 


8234 


1927 


25341 


3094348 



242 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



NEW ORLEANS-SLIDELL 







CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 






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Pastor 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Elbth Sullivan Mem. 


Sibley, Lonnie M. 


708 


10 


4 


6 




20 


6 


8 


694 


255 


5 


83 






Thirkfield 


Goldman, Major M. 


83 


5 














88 


45 




3 






Covington, First 


Barksdale, Edwin J. 


523 


15 


17 


1 




17 




2 


537 


140 


6 


25 


8 


5 


Fitzgerald 


Spurlock, Steven M. 


140 


5 


8 


3 








2 


154 


83 


8 


41 


14 


5 


Waldheim 


Spurlock, Steven M. 


59 














2 


57 


30 


4 


12 


2 




Franklinton 


Jones, Lael S. 


441 


7 


9 


2 




9 




6 


444 


168 


8 


48 


36 


9 


Fisher 


Jones, Lael S. 


92 


2 








1 




6 


87 


27 


1 


7 


8 


2 


Winan 


August, Terrence 


155 


1 




2 








4 


154 


98 


1 


55 


1 


20 


Hayes Chapel 


August, Terrence 


72 














2 


70 


56 


2 


32 




12 


LaCombe 


Frazier, Percy M. 


177 


3 


7 


1 






3 


4 


181 


83 


8 




26 




St. Tammany 


Frazier, Percy M. 


17 




1 












18 


10 






2 




LaPlace, Lasseigne 


Bengston, Robert W. 


288 


2 


11 


9 






2 




308 


100 


6 


85 


73 


6 


Lutcher 


Bengston, Robert W. 


44 


3 


2 


1 


1 






1 


48 


20 


3 


7 


16 


3 


Ninde Chapel 


Washington, Dan 


22 














2 


20 


13 


3 








St. James 


Washington, Dan 


16 
















16 


13 


3 








Lutcher Chapel 


Williams, Robert 


54 


1 













3 


52 


30 


1 


21 






St. James 


Williams, Robert 


43 


5 












2 


46 


25 


1 


28 




10 


Bethany 


Lathan, Roger D. 


427 


22 


7 


10 




6 


1 


5 


454 


250 


20 


202 




18 


Brooks 


Alfred, George M. 


248 


10 


2 


13 


4 


2 




4 


263 


190 


10 


56 


4 


3 


Elysian Fields 


Miller, Robert R. 


237 


2 


4 




1 




2 


3 


237 


54 


2 


18 


19 




John Wesley 


Miller, Robert R. 


40 


3 


2 





4 


2 


3 


3 


33 


17 


4 


17 


15 





First, Harrington, Harry A. 


Harrington, Harry A. 


715 


10 


18 


2 




10 


2 


4 


729 


208 


11 


41 






Gentilly 


James, Jerry M. 


369 


3 


4 


2 




6 


1 


3 


368 


65 


4 


10 






Second 


James, Jerry M. 


37 














4 


33 


19 










Grace 


Harrington, Robert F. 


261 


3 




3 








5 


262 


75 


5 


53 


2 




Hartzell 


Davidson, James S. 


275 




1 


4 




1 




4 


275 


130 


17 


77 




8 


Ray Avenue 


Davidson, James S. 


43 


1 








1 






43 


28 


7 


8 






LaHarpe 


Douglas, Andrew J. 


153 


4 


1 


1 








2 


157 


77 


5 


52 




3 


Thompson 


Douglas, Andrew J. 


116 


2 


1 


2 






1 


1 


119 


55 


4 


35 




3 


Lake Vista 


Alverson, DoniceW. 


441 


8 


10 


2 




15 




3 


443 


116 


6 


91 


48 


4 


Metairie 


Henderson, Kathy 


198 


10 


4 


2 


2 


6 


1 


2 


203 


80 


1 


56 


34 


10 


Munholland 


McClain.JoeW. 


1886 


8 


83 


38 


4 


72 


20 


13 


1906 


618 


51 


340 




3 


St. Andrews 


Eubanks, William 1. 


461 


9 


6 


15 




17 


8 


5 


461 


126 


4 


109 




6 


St. Bernard 


Taylor, Luther W. 


341 


18 


8 


3 


2 


2 


4 


3 


359 


104 


23 


140 


51 


9 


Arabi 


Taylor, Luther W. 


122 


5 








2 


1 


1 


123 


29 




20 


25 




St. Luke's 


Evans, James 0. 


516 


6 


8 


6 


12 






2 


522 


130 


6 


83 




1 


St. Mark's 


Billings, David 


64 


4 


3 


3 






1 


1 


72 


51 


6 


16 


20 




St. Philip 


Bell, Burnell LP 


86 


3 




1 










90 


50 


3 


40 






Spanish Speaking Min. 


Sanfiel, Juan LP 


23 


19 


4 


4 




4 






46 


51 


19 


7 


54 


2 


Pearl River 


Flowers, Wayne 


145 


5 


1 












151 


70 


5 


30 


20 




Talisheek 


Flowers, Wayne 


38 


7 


3 












48 


25 


2 


4 


9 




Ponchatoula, First 


Potter, Robert L. 


535 


4 


19 


16 


16 


9 


8 


6 


535 


164 


6 


47 




6 


Lee's Landing 


Potter, Robert L. 


100 


1 




1 








2 


100 


51 


4 






1 


Wesley Chapel 


Jacocks, William M. 


134 


1 




1 






2 


2 


132 


61 


2 


15 






St. Timothy 


Finnell, Eugene M. 


448 


14 


34 


8 




33 


2 


1 


468 


225 


14 


130 


65 


14 


Slidell-Aldersgate 


Andrews, Christopher 


737 


64 


143 


105 


2 


35 


5 


2 


1005 


662 


48 


346 


146 


33 


Slidell-First 


Lilly, Sale T. 


2036 


20 


40 


13 


12 


125 


12 


17 


1943 


408 


33 


544 


• 56 


18 


Hartzell Mt. Zion 


Hamilton, J. D.V. Jr. 


305 


5 


2 


2 


5 




2 


6 


301 


190 


6 


31 


2 


7 


Newell 


Hamilton, J. D.V. Jr. 


50 


3 




1 


4 


2 




3 


45 


26 


6 


16 


3 


3 


Springfield-First 


Mayo, Alvin S. 


139 










1 




2 


136 


50 


2 


5 






Huff's Chapel 


Mayo, Alvin S. 


73 


2 










1 




74 


36 


1 


1 






Maurepas 


Mayo, Alvin S. 


29 


3 












2 


30 


34 


1 


4 






St. James 


Miles, James C. LP 


65 


6 












1 


70 


68 


4 


23 






St. Landry 


Miles, James C. LP 


74 


20 




1 










95 


88 


1 


32 






Varnado 


Wood, Karl D. HL 


66 


13 


4 


2 




4 


2 


2 


77 


51 


5 


25 


9 


15 


Sun 


Wood, Karl D. HL 


16 
















16 


6 










Bush 


Wood, Karl D. HL 


28 


1 


2 


1 








1 


31 


19 


1 


6 






Wesley Ray 


Brown, Robert Nelson 


216 










1 




3 


212 


175 


8 


155 






Live Oak 


Brown, Robert N. LP 


51 














2 


49 


175 


3 


8 


11 




Mary's Chapel 


Brown, Robert N. LP 


124 


3 














127 


107 


9 


82 






Harry's Chapel 


Brown, Robert N. LP 


48 


5 


3 


1 










57 


35 


7 


10 


15 




Dist. Superintendent 


W. D. Boddie 
































Total 


15450 


386 


476 


288 


69 


403 


90 


164 


15874 


6445 


436 


3432 


794 


239 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



243 



Statistical Table No. 1 



CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


U.M.W. 


PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 




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to 

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to 
Q. 

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c "-o 

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c o £ 
c o o 
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OCD g. 

CO CO c 
> _l CO 


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CD CD LL 

111? 

>0 co 


.2 

3 — 

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CD 00 
t to CD 

O ™ o. 
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2 co a 

ill 

CO to 3= 

> < O 


to 

E 
£ 

c 
o 
to 

CO — . 
P> « CO 
C o CD 

S«o 
£ Si HI 


a 
to S 

is 

<D a 

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CD X 
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£ E 
k £ 
■B 5 

o a. 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


21 


44 


33 


146 


244 


110 


12 


12 


10 


22 




92 


1023 


967750 


84125 


43117 


254451 




5 


10 


5 




20 


8 
















119016 


44000 








8 


30 


15 


45 


98 


50 


50 


20 


5 


10 


50 


35 


853 


303000 


86000 


5000 


4000 




9 


29 


27 


25 


90 


53 


15 


73 


5 






33 


2804 


103000 


63000 




4000 




6 


7 


4 


12 


29 


13 












8 


83 


150000 










28 


44 


36 


95 


203 


97 


38 
24 


77 

15 


7 






75 
8 


700 
108 


549000 
30800 


117700 


48638 
6789 


10477 




10 


37 


20 


25 


92 


50 


25 


30 


1 


40 


2400 


29 


1000 


224000 


31000 


5000 


27000 


1942 


6 


10 


10 


20 


46 


20 


15 


6 





20 


1500 


25 


360 


115000 










8 


22 


9 


20 


59 


28 


12 


35 


2 






19 


704 


105000 


70000 


7000 
































4600 




1800 






10 


56 


8 


34 


108 


54 




6 


2 






14 


550 


407000 


60000 


15000 


17926 




4 


5 


4 




13 


9 




3 


3 






9 


295 


57000 
38000 
60000 


19000 


10000 


















20 


20 








10 




75000 




16200 






3 


10 




12 


25 


15 


10 


10 


5 












44000 




5000 


1200 




15 


60 


40 


25 


140 


100 


30 


18 




30 


1000 


38 


500 


596650 




10080 


58000 




7 


33 


14 


6 


60 


40 


12 


12 


3 


32 


400 


36 


600 


259400 










4 


3 





12 


19 


10 




7 




24 


200 


28 


495 


272800 


40000 


1994 


17223 




2 






4 


6 


4 
















86500 










40 


41 


16 


136 


233 


110 


14 


210 








71 


1872 


1928491 


121000 


247000 


21600 





6 


14 


4 


20 


44 


28 




5 








30 




345000 
129500 


52000 


6000 
49350 


4000 


2700 


10 


12 


10 


7 


39 


23 


5 






20 


150 


42 


100 


75000 


40000 


20000 






12 


25 


30 


20 


87 


52 


12 


15 


3 


25 


750 


20 




160000 




11000 




6425 


3 


2 


4 


6 


15 


10 






1 










80000 










4 


16 


7 




27 


11 


9 


60 








60 


160 


300000 




52000 






4 


12 


3 




19 


13 




4 


1 






30 


100 


100000 


40000 








17 


29 


24 


72 


142 


63 


11 


15 


4 






46 


332 


1242120 


105000 


195000 


6656 




18 


30 


16 


52 


116 


45 




30 


8 






20 


588 


595000 


85000 


13820 


28000 




51 


251 


73 


335 


710 


321 


131 


48 


2 






152 


1618 


1803000 


325500 


167989 


166126 




12 


40 


18 


36 


106 


56 




175 


3 






40 


70 


400000 


90000 


3500 


72776 




9 


25 


9 


5 


48 


34 


10 


60 


6 






20 


108 


156000 


28000 




1292 


1600 


4 


14 


6 




24 


12 


6 


24 












166000 


50000 




3363 




26 


50 


34 


65 


175 


61 


25 


175 








62 


825 


607984 


91800 


4880 


19000 




3 


19 


6 


15 


43 


16 


6 


8 


2 










32000 




5000 






2 


18 


5 




25 


12 






2 


9 


25 


19 


41 


65000 






12100 




4 


26 


9 




39 


25 


12 


14 


2 


9 


150 


14 


300 












13 


30 


32 


27 


102 


48 


25 




3 






16 




50000 


52000 


10000 


3631 




4 


9 


6 


20 


39 


10 


5 














18900 




2500 






26 


56 


50 


100 


232 


103 


7 


50 


3 


25 


1385 


65 


2875 


461000 


74000 


49000 






5 


32 


12 


20 


69 


25 
















100000 




3000 


5000 




14 


19 


7 


25 


65 


41 


10 


42 












130000 


20000 








31 


105 


70 


44 


250 


95 


15 


55 


15 






30 


800 


315000 


80000 


40000 


199654 




45 


234 


86 


223 


588 


306 


102 


122 


33 


17 




45 


3647 


989806 


46473 


44546 


648133 




60 


258 


172 


161 


651 


223 


19 


97 


14 


30 


1000 


135 


5767 


1954250 


189000 


80841 


590971 




15 


37 


18 


20 


90 


55 


15 


15 


5 


48 




75 


150 


227540 


67420 


7850 






4 


9 


6 




19 


9 




1 


2 






15 


1200 


69775 


1500 


2000 






9 


16 


13 


11 


49 


36 


9 










7 


277 


125000 


60000 








5 


6 


12 


8 


31 


12 


9 














47000 










2 


3 


1 




6 


6 


11 














70000 










3 


30 


20 




53 


30 








12 
35 


300 
425 


40 
40 


300 


75000 
125000 






10000 




7 


26 


15 


12 


60 


36 


20 


7 


7 










75000 


50000 




4000 


165 




























16000 










2 


5 


1 


6 


14 


9 
















20000 










6 


33 


45 


25 


109 


95 




135 




35 


925 


35 


350 


176000 


43000 


60000 


7000 




5 


24 


13 


14 


56 


35 


20 














187464 






6655 




20 


28 


20 


39 


107 


70 












32 








1350 






6 


8 


7 


10 


31 


16 








23 


500 


34 


500 


31000 
125000 


415000 


862 
46000 






653 


1992 


1105 


2015 


5765 


2813 


771 


1711 


159 


466 


11160 


1654 


32055 


18161346 


2741518 


1299106 


2398634 


12832 



244 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



NEW ORLEANS-SLIDELLL 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 








E 






Local Church 




■a 

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10 O 


c 

13 

3 
O 

TO = 


CO 

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•- SI 
O <J 




o 






£■ 


cr 


n 


to 2 


-tO- 

.c to 
to o 


a 






a 




CD O 

2 » 

T3 C CD 


dingani 
nts (not 
wed) 


"- CO 
w r- 
CO H 


nt opera 
lot inclu 
penses) 


si 

to o 

Q.— 
CO « 

8 o 


o 


_C0 -Q 


to 
to 
CO 

SL- 


to 
to 
CO 

'-S2.-0 


CO 

+ 

to 
en 


CJ to 

»_ to 

CU Q. 

£ -o 
O to 


O io 
i_ to 
CD < 

O to 


o 

+ 

CO 

o 


CD 
O 

c 

CO 


CD of 

C CD 
CO m 


5- 

+ 




Principal ar 
on indebtec 
mortgages, 


- <D p 


X ° 


<B i. X 


o _ 


.5. B 


.2 to 


? <D 


<" '5 


00 


T3 °- 


-OCL 


t 


5 - 


> •— 


5- 




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improvem 
funds borr 


S g> 


Other curr 
expenses 
program e 


C 0) 
tD ^ 
CD "O 


CO CO 

to — 
V c 

to E 
0. < 


CO DL 

to — 

-»_ c 

s a 

to g 
to E 
Q. < 


tD CO 
& c 

a => 

O o 

a c 
to c 

< < 


0> Q_ 

« £ 

O o 

(O c 

to c 

< < 


T3 

to 

CL 

o 


to u 

■ s 

= o 
5 < 


C CD 
CO O 

CD ™ 

5 < 


CO 
Q. 

2 
o 

1- 


o o 

< to 

2 to 

I- 0- 


-2 o 
< % 

-CD< 
> T3 

So 

1- 0- 


T3 
O 

Q. 

O 

o 

1- 


Church/Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


Elbth Sullivan Mem. 


37600 


10142 


7857 


50218 


7512 


2160 


2160 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Thirkfield 




200 


200 


1000 


775 


6800 


6800 














1000 




1000 


Covington, First 


9596 


6968 


3307 


17479 


1752 


17850 


17850 








4800 




4800 


330 




330 


Fitzgerald 


4700 


1604 


573 


4307 


763 


8520 


8520 








1800 




1800 


2880 




2880 


Waldheim 




650 


134 


1248 


304 


2061 


2061 














1470 




1470 


Franklinton 


2000 


18215 


3468 


21524 


3650 


16300 


16300 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Fisher 






132 


625 


541 


1980 


1980 














900 




900 


Winan 


5006 


500 


600 


4200 


750 


7465 


7465 








1520 




1520 


1520 




1520 


Hayes Chapel 






550 


1200 


500 


3140 


3140 








300 




300 


300 




300 


LaCombe 




6886 


1195 


4218 


295 


4056 


4056 








1800 




1800 


4200 




4200 


St. Tammany 






60 


400 


45 


243 


243 














267 




267 


LaPlace, Lasseigne 


1949 


5079 


1776 


9632 


2002 


11724 


11724 








1800 




1800 


2650 




2650 


Lutcher 




2004 


129 


1952 


384 


4800 


4800 








408 




408 


1200 




1200 


Ninde Chapel 






312 


415 




480 


480 




















St. James 






350 


425 




840 


840 




















Lutcher Chapel 




2450 


980 


1095 




1200 


1200 








480 




480 


1800 




1800 


St. James 


600 




380 


300 




600 


600 








600 




600 


1200 




1200 


Bethany 


11500 


2306 


1305 


12525 


893 


10600 


10600 








1800 




1800 


2360 




2360 


Brooks 




2738 


2200 


6250 


2970 


7747 


7747 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Elysian Fields 


7849 


2154 


436 


13187 


1289 


10050 


10050 








1350 




1350 


3100 




3100 


John Wesley 




348 


518 


1499 




2350 


2350 








685 




685 


570 




570 


First 


35242 


17071 


7014 


75372 


1576 


22600 


22600 


6000 


6000 


28600 


1333 




1333 


3600 




3600 


Gentilly 






1000 


18592 




8700 


8700 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Second 


3180 


1270 


300 


1216 


1200 


3000 


3000 




















Grace 




992 


2858 


12531 


160 


10240 


10240 








900 




900 


1040 




1040 


Hartzell 




2500 


1300 


13261 


699 


6955 


6955 








1200 




1200 


1391 




1391 


Ray Avenue 




145 


185 






3120 


3120 








264 




264 








LaHarpe 






3860 


1200 


100 


5980 


5980 














1040 




1040 


Thompson 




800 


583 


1300 


50 


5200 


5200 








780 




780 


520 




520 


Lake Vista 


24960 


11705 


1075 


25487 


9740 


22000 


22000 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Metairie 


3943 


7694 


3939 


5751 


2161 


8600 


8600 








2150 




2150 


3950 




3950 


Munholland 


20696 


61233 


17554 


125619 


5097 


27600 


27600 


17850 


17850 


45450 


1800 


3150 


4950 


3600 


6300 


9900 


St. Andrews 


17218 


1474 


2842 


18207 


1034 


15300 


15300 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


St. Bernard 


1951 


7205 


3318 


15069 


1394 


12480 


12480 








748 




748 


2246 




2246 


Arabi 


827 


851 


942 


2611 


2298 


2610 


2610 








640 




640 


1924 




1924 


St. Luke's 


7991 


6616 


6400 


30780 


5808 


19200 


19200 








2623 




2623 


3600 




3600 


St. Mark's 






1000 


7500 




6304 


6304 








1500 




1500 


500 




500 


St. Philip 


2416 


450 


800 


4894 


200 


3900 


3900 








1800 




1800 


1600 




1600 


Spanish Speaking Min. 




1275 


500 




1970 
























Pearl River 


1164 


694 


1288 


4602 


210 


5675 


6935 














1200 




1200 


Talisheek 




235 


294 


295 


369 


600 


600 








943 




943 


600 




600 


Ponchatoula, First 




23834 


3168 


24171 


6358 


12420 


12420 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Lee's Landing 




4880 


547 


1953 


588 


2780 


2780 








720 




720 


1300 




1300 


Wesley Chapel 




2461 


812 


2757 


699 


2870 


2870 








435 




435 


964 




964 


St. Timothy 


20061 


2658 


5007 


28973 


1717 


14600 


14600 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Slidell-Aldersgate 


55975 


60608 


14385 


57868 


3861 


18400 


18400 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Slidell-First 


11008 


9863 


11387 


90620 


3104 


30000 


30000 


9333 


9333 


39333 


1800 


500 


2300 


3600 


500 


4100 


Hartzell Mt. Zion 


7451 


2005 


1756 


11072 


626 


8460 


8460 








1350 




1350 


2250 




2250 


Newell 


1283 


4 


121 


2558 


410 


2556 


2556 








484 




484 


860 






Springfield-First 




734 


1394 


3085 


1021 


6440 


6440 








2022 




2022 


1471 




1471 


Huff's Chapel 




257 


92 


1046 


1295 


1720 


1720 








100 




100 


1377 




1377 


Maurepas 




534 


185 


845 


185 


1500 


1500 








100 




100 


570 




570 


St James 


2640 




25 


75 




960 


960 














200 




200 


St. Landry 


1200 




84 


433 




1200 


1200 




















Varnado 


3000 


4000 


706 


978 


140 


3280 


3280 








1406 




1406 


2478 




2478 


Sun 






28 


54 




1000 


1000 








432 




432 


756 




756 


Bush 




143 


118 


220 


20 


1279 


1279 








552 




552 


966 




966 


Wesley Ray 


2379 


2495 


2097 


4625 


1000 


3610 


3610 








1247 




1247 


660 




660 


Live Oak 


2593 


1090 


1043 


1531 




1858 


1858 








330 




434 


220 




220 


Mary's Chapel 






893 


1182 




1762 


1762 








288 




288 


300 




300 


Harry's Chapel 




175 


215 


1330 


790 


2700 


2700 








300 




300 


300 




300 


Dist. Superintendent 












25900 


25900 








1800 




1800 


5700 




5354 


TOTAL 


307978 


300195 


127577 


753362 


80305 


456325 


457585 


33183 


33183 


113383 


63590 


3650 


67344 


108930 


6800 


114524 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



245 



Statistical Table No. 2 



MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 


C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 


Other Than Local Church 


6. 
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o c 
O o 

c 2 

sa 

CO < 

.Stj 

II 

CD C 
13 O 

£ to 

£ CD 


CL 

o 
o 
O 

CO 
Iff CO 

CO 0. 
= T3 

II 

CD c 
T3 O 

2 to 

s 5 


c 
q 

CO 

~ T3 
CO CD 

p 

28. 

CD T3 

s § 

LL 


c 
o 

to 

to 

*c 

I 

CO Q_ 
CD T3 

s§ 

LL 


c 
o 

2 

to 

'c 

: e -o 

■O CD 
< § 

1! 

(ft T3 

c c 

3 if 


c 
,o 

CO 

'c 
'E 

■D 
< 

CO 

c 

O T3 

|£ 

co "a 

3 3 
-> LL 


c 
g 

to 

to 

E "a 
|, 

T3 .2 

< e 

CD O 

<■> 9- 
c 3- 

CD < 

C c= 
O 3 
OIL 




Pension And 
Benefit Funds 
Apportioned 


CO 
T3 T3 
C C 
< 3 

c£ 

o ~ 
in a 
c c 5 

CD CD ro 
D_ CD Q_ 


c 

CD 

I "8 

c c 
c o 

CD -p 
3^° 

T5< 

Q LL 


w 

c 

CD 

c 

<5 
Q. 

3 -O 
W'cO 

C 13 

Q U- 


■o 

c 

if -a 

U- CD 

o. .9 
o e 

O o 
.2 Q. 

Q. Q. 
LU < 


C 
3 
LL 

to 
a. 
o 
u 

CO "D 
'O.CO 

LU Q- 


-a 

_C0 o 
CO '■P 

CO o 
(D Q. 

^< 

■t: -a 

3 c 

13" 3 

LU LL 


CO 

CO 

W -r, 

CO °- 
•■= "D 
3 C 
CT 3 
LU LL 


•D 
< 

CD CD 
c c 
CD O 

0-B 
>. o 

a a 

o < 

is 

CD 3 
I- LL 


13 
< 

CO 

CD 

c 

CD 


2 co 

O 0- 

IE 

CD 3 

I- LL 


c 
o 

to 

to 

E "D 

_. 

T3 .9 

< C 

CD O 

" 9- 
c 9- 

CD < 

£-g 

t= c 

O 3 
O LL 


43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 


6055 


6055 


1874 


1874 


415 


415 


144 


144 


110 


110 


96 


96 


254 


254 


92 


92 


1718 


1718 


547 


547 


169 


169 


37 


37 


13 


13 


13 


13 


9 


9 


23 


23 


8 


8 


155 


155 


3756 


3756 


1163 


1163 


258 


258 


89 


89 


60 


60 


157 


157 


57 


57 


1066 


1066 


1917 


1917 


1308 


1308 


405 


405 


90 


90 


31 


31 


31 


31 


21 


21 


55 


55 


20 


20 


371 


371 


431 


431 


133 


133 


30 


30 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


18 


18 


7 


7 


122 


122 


3534 


3534 


1094 


1094 


242 


242 


84 


84 


84 


84 


56 


56 


148 


148 


54 


54 


1003 


1003 


514 


514 


159 


159 


35 


35 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


22 


22 


8 


8 


146 


146 


1014 


1014 


314 


314 


70 


70 


24 


24 


24 


24 


15 


15 


43 


43 


15 


15 


288 


288 


468 


468 


145 


146 


32 


32 


11 


11 


11 


11 


7 


7 


20 


20 


7 


7 


133 


133 


1194 


1194 


369 


369 


82 


82 


28 


28 


28 


28 


19 


19 


50 


50 


18 


18 


339 


339 


92 


92 


28 


28 


6 


6 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


26 


26 


2102 


2102 


651 


651 


144 


144 


50 


50 


50 


50 


33 


33 


88 


88 


32 


32 


597 


597 


497 


497 


154 


154 


34 


34 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


8 


8 


141 


141 


85 


85 


26 


26 


6 


6 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


24 


24 


111 


111 


34 


34 


8 


8 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


31 


31 


470 


470 


145 


145 


32 


32 


11 


11 


11 


11 


7 


7 


20 


20 


7 


7 


133 


133 


295 


295 


91 


91 


20 


20 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


12 


12 


4 


4 


84 


84 


2816 


2816 


872 


872 


193 


193 


67 


67 


67 


67 


45 


45 


118 


118 


43 


43 


799 


799 


1841 


1841 


570 


570 


126 


126 


44 


44 


44 


44 


29 


29 


77 


77 


28 


28 


523 


523 


2055 


2055 


636 


636 


141 


141 


49 


49 


49 


16 


39 


11 


86 


29 


31 


10 


583 


194 


371 


371 


115 


115 


25 


25 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


16 


5 


6 


6 


105 


25 


9357 


9357 


2896 


2896 


642 


642 


223 


223 


223 


223 


149 


149 


392 


392 


143 


143 


2656 


2656 


2849 


2849 


882 


882 


195 


195 


68 


68 


68 




45 




119 




43 




809 


456 


403 


403 


125 


125 


28 


28 


10 


10 


10 


10 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


114 


114 


1923 


1923 


595 


595 


132 


132 


46 


46 


46 


46 


31 


31 


81 


81 


29 


29 


546 


546 


2187 


2187 


677 


677 


150 


150 


52 


52 


52 


52 


35 




92 




33 




621 




330 


330 


102 


102 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


94 


94 


1210 


1210 


375 


375 


83 


83 


29 


29 


29 


29 


19 


19 


51 


51 


18 


18 


343 


343 


810 


810 


251 


251 


56 


56 


19 


19 


19 


19 


13 


13 


34 


34 


12 


12 


230 


230 


3772 


3772 


1167 


1167 


259 


259 


90 


90 


90 


90 


60 




158 


158 


57 


57 


1070 


1070 


1839 


1839 


569 


569 


126 


126 


44 


44 


44 


44 


29 


29 


77 


77 


28 


28 


522 


522 


13386 


13386 


4143 


4143 


918 


918 


319 


319 


319 


319 


213 


213 


561 


561 


204 


204 


3799 


3799 


3432 


3432 


1062 


1062 


235 


235 


82 


82 


82 


82 


55 


55 


144 


144 


52 


52 


974 


974 


2544 


2544 


787 


787 


174 


174 


61 


61 


61 




40 


40 


107 




39 




722 


722 


806 


806 


249 


249 


55 


55 


19 


19 


19 




13 




34 




12 




209 




4025 


4025 


1246 


1246 


276 


276 


96 


96 


96 


96 


64 


64 


169 


169 


61 


61 


1142 


1142 


618 


464 


191 


143 


42 


32 


15 


11 


15 


11 


10 


8 


26 


20 


9 


7 


175 


131 


600 


600 


186 


186 


41 


41 


14 


14 


14 


14 


10 




25 




9 




170 


100 


275 


275 


55 


55 


55 


55 


55 


55 


10 


10 


20 


20 


40 


40 


40 


40 


45 


45 


880 


880 


272 


272 


60 


60 


21 


21 


21 


21 


14 


14 


37 


37 


13 


13 


250 


250 


208 


208 


34 


34 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


59 


59 


3756 


3756 


1163 


1163 


258 


258 


89 


89 


89 


89 


60 


60 


157 


157 


57 


57 


1066 


1066 


686 


686 


212 


212 


47 


47 


16 


16 


16 


16 


11 


11 


29 


29 


10 


10 


195 


195 


829 


829 


256 


256 


57 


57 


20 


20 


20 


20 


13 


13 


35 


35 


13 


13 


235 


235 


2855 


2855 


884 


884 


196 


196 


68 


68 


68 


68 


45 


45 


120 


120 


43 


43 


810 


810 


4684 


4684 


1450 


1450 


321 


321 


112 


112 


112 


112 


75 


75 


196 


196 


71 


71 


1329 


1329 


12705 


12705 


3932 


3932 


871 


871 


302 


302 


302 


302 


202 


202 


532 


532 


194 


194 


3606 


3606 


2248 


2248 


696 


696 


154 


154 


54 


54 


54 


54 


36 


36 


94 


94 


34 


34 


638 


638 


507 


507 


157 


157 


35 


35 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


8 


8 


144 


144 


114 


114 


1353 


1353 


78 


78 


27 


27 


27 


27 


18 




48 


48 


17 


17 


324 


324 


441 


441 


136 


136 


30 


30 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


18 


18 


7 


7 


125 


125 


225 


225 


70 


70 


15 


15 


5 


5 


5 




4 




9 


9 


3 


3 


64 


64 


316 




98 


98 


22 


22 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


90 


90 


354 


354 


110 


110 


24 


24 


8 


8 


8 


8 


6 


6 


15 


15 


5 


5 


100 


100 


493 


493 


152 


152 


34 


34 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


8 


8 


140 


140 


146 


146 


45 


45 


10 


10 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


41 


41 


231 


231 


72 


72 


16 


16 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


66 


66 


1267 




392 


392 


87 


87 


30 


30 


30 


30 


20 


20 


53 


53 


19 


19 


360 


360 


317 


317 


98 


98 


22 


22 


8 


8 


8 




5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


90 


90 


632 


632 


196 


196 


43 


43 


15 


15 


15 


15 


10 


10 


26 


26 


10 


10 


179 


179 


402 


402 


125 


125 


28 


28 


10 


10 


10 


10 


6 


6 


17 


17 


6 


6 


114 


114 


114218 


112481 


36608 


36561 


7938 


7928 


2793 


2789 


2685 


2487 


1950 


1735 


4761 


4310 


2795 


2636 


33504 


31738 



246 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



NEW ORLEANS-SLIDELL 





CONNECT. 








BENEVOLENCES 












ADMIN. 
FUNDS 
























CO 
CD 


CO 
CD 
































O 


CJ 




















c 
o 

to 

to 


c 
g 

CO 

to 


c 

CD 
O 

« 5 


c 

CD 
O 

11 


c 
o 


c 
g 

to 
o 

3 


c 
LL 


■D 
C 
3 

LL 


CD T3 
~ CD 

c c 


CO 
CD 


CO 
CD 

g 


CD 
O 




'c 


'c 


$ co 


9> CD 


■a .2 


■o 


CD 


CD 


o o 


o 




CO 




F "D 

1- 

< o 

^ o 

IS 


E 
■o 

< 

o 


/orld Servic 
onference 
pportioned 


/orld Servic 
onference 
aid 


lu r 
"co a. 

•C Q. 

S> < 

to T3 
C C 

^ 3 


LU 

'i= CO 
2 Q. 
to -o 

c c 


0)"0 
CD CD 

U 

as 


_CD 
O 

o 

iC 
CJ -O 

JS co 


o< 

1 § 


CL 

_ -o 

<S CO 


CL 

to 

c 
o 

to -a 
o c 

3 3 


> 

< 

— CO 

So 

CD 'o 
C CD 
CD Q. 




Q < 


Q Q. 


s o< 


S OO. 


5 u_ 


5ll 


CD < 


CO QL 


5 LL 


5 LL 


LU LL 


O W 


Church/Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


Elbth Sullivan Mem 


2562 


2562 


3091 


3091 


1124 




536 




418 






80 


Thirkfield 


231 


231 


279 


279 


102 


102 


48 


48 


38 


38 


42 




Covington, First 


1583 


1583 


698 


698 


333 


333 


259 


259 


286 


286 






Fitzgerald 


551 


551 


668 




243 


243 


116 




90 








Waldheim 


181 


181 


220 


220 


80 


80 


38 


38 


30 


30 


33 




Franklinton 


1490 


1490 


1804 


1804 


656 


656 


313 


313 


244 


244 


269 


1338 


Fisher 


217 


217 


263 


263 


96 


96 


46 


46 


36 


36 


39 


247 


Winan 


428 


428 


518 


518 


188 


188 


90 


90 


70 


70 


77 




Hayes Chapel 


198 


198 


239 


239 


87 


87 


41 


41 


32 


32 


36 





LaCombe 


503 


503 


609 


609 


222 


222 


106 


106 


82 


82 


91 




St. Tammany 


39 


39 


47 


47 


17 


17 


8 


8 


6 


6 


7 




LaPlace, Lasseigne 


886 


886 


1073 


1073 


390 


390 


186 


186 


145 


145 


160 


100 


Lutcher 


156 


156 


254 


254 


92 


92 


44 


44 


34 


34 


38 




Ninde Chapel 






43 


43 


16 


16 


8 


8 


6 


6 


6 




St. James 






57 


57 


21 


21 


10 


10 


8 


8 


8 




Lutcher Chapel 






240 


240 


87 


87 


42 


42 


62 


62 


36 




St. James 


124 


124 


151 


151 


55 


55 


26 


26 


20 


20 






Bethany 


1187 


1187 


1438 


1438 


523 


523 


249 


249 


194 


194 


215 




Brooks 


776 


776 


940 


940 


342 


342 


163 


163 


127 


127 


140 




Elysian Fields 


866 


638 


1049 


750 


382 


127 




60 


142 


47 


52 


14 


John Wesley 


156 


50 


189 


189 


69 


69 


33 


15 


26 


26 


28 




First 


3954 


3954 


4776 


4776 


1738 


1738 


829 


829 


646 


646 


713 




Gentilly 






1454 


1454 


529 




252 




197 






402 


Second 






206 


206 


75 


75 


36 


36 


28 


28 


31 


31 


Grace 


810 


810 


982 


982 


357 


357 


170 


170 


133 


133 


147 


25 


Hartzell 


920 


500 


1116 


500 


406 


281 


194 


194 


151 


151 






Ray Avenue 


139 


139 


168 


168 


61 


27 


29 












LaHarpe 






618 


618 


225 


225 


187 


187 


84 


84 


92 




Thompson 






414 


414 


150 


150 


72 


72 


56 


56 






Lake Vista 


1590 


1590 


1925 


1925 


700 


700 


334 


334 


260 


260 


287 




Metairie 


775 


775 


939 


993 


342 


342 


163 


163 


127 


127 


140 


35 


Munholland 


5642 


5642 


6833 


6833 


2486 


2486 


1186 


1186 


924 


924 


1020 


4642 


St. Andrews 


1446 


1446 


1752 


1752 


637 


637 


304 


304 


237 


237 


261 


208 


St. Bernard 


863 


863 


1299 


1299 


472 




225 




176 


176 




359 


Arabi 


340 


340 


411 


411 


150 




71 


71 


56 








St. Luke's 


1696 


1696 


2055 


2055 


748 


748 


357 


357 


278 


278 


307 


1098 


St. Mark's 




270 


315 


236 


115 


86 


55 


41 


43 


32 


35 





St. Philip 


253 


253 


306 


306 


111 


53 


53 


41 


41 


41 






Spanish Speaking Min 


120 


120 


35 


35 


10 


10 


20 


20 


15 


15 


10 


60 


Pearl River 


371 


371 


449 


449 


163 


163 


78 


78 




61 


67 




Talisheek 


88 


88 


106 


106 


39 


39 


18 


18 


14 


14 


16 


60 


Ponchatoula, First 


503 


503 


1917 


1917 


698 


698 


333 


333 


259 


259 


286 




Lee's Landing 


162 


162 


350 


350 


127 


127 


61 


61 


47 


47 




165 


Wesley Chapel 


349 


349 


423 


423 


154 


179 


73 


73 


57 


57 


63 


20 


St. Timothy 


1203 


1203 


1457 


1457 


530 


530 


253 


253 


197 


197 


217 




Slidell-Aldersgate 




1974 


2391 


2391 


870 


870 


415 


415 


323 


323 


357 


2486 


Slidell-First 


5355 


5355 


6485 


6485 


2359 


2359 


1125 


1125 


877 


877 


968 


5019 


Hartzell Mt. Zion 


948 


948 


1147 


1147 


417 


417 


199 


199 


155 


155 


'171 




Newell 


214 


214 


259 


259 


94 


94 


45 


45 


35 


35 


39 




Springfield-First 


477 


477 


582 


582 


212 


212 


101 


101 


79 


79 


87 




Huff's Chapel 






225 


225 


82 


82 


39 


39 


30 


30 


34 




Maurepas 






115 




42 




20 




15 








St. James 






161 




59 




28 




22 


22 


24 




St. Landry 






181 


181 


66 


66 


31 


31 


24 


24 






Varnado 






251 


251 


91 


91 


44 


44 


34 


34 


38 




Sun 






74 


74 


27 


27 


13 


13 


10 


10 


11 




Bush 






118 


118 


43 


43 


20 


20 


18 


18 






Wesley Ray 






647 


647 


235 


235 


112 


112 


88 


88 


97 




Live Oak 


134 


134 


162 


162 


59 


59 


28 


28 


22 


22 


24 




Mary's Chapel 






323 


323 


117 


117 


56 


56 


44 


44 


48 




Harry's Chapel 


170 


170 


205 


205 


75 


75 


36 


36 


28 


28 


31 




Dist. Superintendent 


























TOTAL 


40656 


42146 


57502 


55618 


20996 


18144 


10027 


8837 


7926 


7105 


6898 


16389 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



247 



Statistical Table No. 3 





BENEVOLENCES 








General Church 






























Special Da 


y Offerings 




■a 

c 


CD 
O 

c 

CO 

> 


CD 
CD 
CD 


CO 

c 
o 


CD 


CD 
T3 


CO 
CD 

u 

c 


CO 

CO 

— CD 








c 
o 

'c 


O) 


CO 

c 


ja 


c 
o 

a 


Q 

< 

0. 


CD 
O 

£ 

CD 
CO 

ST3 

3 C 
O 3 


o 

X 

CD .E 

a a 


3 
E 
E 
o 
O 
35 
o 


T3 

si 

c 3 


to 

CD 

ct 

c 

CD 

E >. 

3 CO 


co -a 

. CM 
+ CD 
CO . 
C\l + 

CD a 


o 

3 
T3 
111 

C 

CO >* 
'.= CO 

CO "CJ 
'^ C 
£ 3 


3 

LL 

p 


< 

CD 
O 

£ J2 
CD .2 
— o 
£ <" 

O Q. 


"5 
O 

£- 

CO 

c 

CD 
C 
CD 


•o 

c 

3 

o 

LL 

>. 
CD 
CO 
CD 


CO 
CO 

3 

o 

.is 

co t: 

C 3 

CD -n 


CO 
CO 

3 

6 

c 

O .- 

•<o 2 

C CO 


O 

> 
CD 
C 
CD 

m 

CD 

.C 


CO o 

5tS 

5Q 


< 

1- _ 


>- LL 


O o 


Z>W 


I Q 


H + 


o w 


5 LU 


O CO 


O 


5 


Q. O 


a q. 


6 


5 S 


O £. 


61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 


109 


235 


103 


91 


5 


434 






710 


161 


169 


1098 


570 


104 
9 


2861 


162706 
12028 




268 








268 






1214 
137 


1109 


1163 


25 
1968 


368 


64 
22 


853 


78460 
30397 




16 






7 


23 






230 


127 


133 


573 




7 




8310 


15 


678 


116 


63 


59 


916 


25 


91 


1355 


1043 


1094 


3300 


950 


61 


1415 


93235 




125 


20 


15 




160 


20 




432 
150 


152 
299 
138 


159 
314 
145 


400 




9 

17 

8 


148 

300 

60 


7518 

25819 

7809 


















259 


352 


369 


307 


89 


20 


297 


28083 




















27 


28 


66 


66 


2 




1490 




204 








204 




77 


308 


621 


651 


1493 


500 


36 


325 


47514 




159 


40 






199 


58 




225 


147 
25 

21 


154 
26 


247 




9 
1 


200 


13621 
1489 
1939 


10 


10 


10 


5 


10 


35 


10 




38 


139 


145 




50 


8 




9743 


5 


10 


10 


5 


10 


35 


10 




28 


87 
831 
544 


91 
872 
570 


2594 


5 
38 


5 
48 
32 


400 


4779 
56860 
34259 




122 


69 




39 


230 




62 


345 


353 


362 


782 


308 


12 


566 


47264 






51 




22 


73 






292 




115 


268 




6 




7672 




535 


188 
40 






723 


15 


40 


2106 
289 
150 


2763 
119 


2896 

58 

125 


4958 

1491 

440 


721 
220 


160 

7 




213472 
42136 
12117 




30 


60 


84 




174 






175 


568 


595 


900 


30 


33 


600 


37849 


12 


14 


15 


20 




49 


20 


20 


60 
36 


34 
97 


102 


450 
34 


150 


6 




32845 
4912 




20 








20 


56 




302 


357 


375 




100 


21 


50 


16824 




30 








30 






100 


490 








64 




12053 




68 


89 






157 








1114 


1167 


2400 


783 


65 


1381 


119193 




240 


53 






293 




25 


599 


543 


569 


402 


145 


32 


519 


47168 


70 


754 


110 


289 




1153 




138 


5796 


3952 


4143 


6918 


600 


229 


3964 


364057 




60 


87 


41 


77 


265 




75 


1087 


1013 


1062 




369 


59 


782 


77150 




28 


24 


41 


25 


118 






213 


488 


411 


1650 


347 


32 


232 


54927 




30 


13 


19 


19 


81 






162 


238 




456 








15591 




112 


3 


64 


12 


191 




95 


1261 


1188 


1246 


2210 


1029 


69 




104021 






60 






60 






637 


136 


143 


343 




3 




19653 


















25 


51 




184 






41 


18010 


10 




15 


55 


10 


80 


15 


20 


430 


40 


10 


90 


60 


10 




5380 






18 






18 






495 


260 


272 


120 




15 




20030 






19 






19 






89 


61 


64 






4 




4254 




228 


120 




15 


423 






2203 


1109 


1163 


2081 




64 


2428 


95513 




16 


20 






36 






344 
209 


203 
245 


212 
256 


331 
525 


6 


12 
14 




16046 
14889 


50 
















638 


843 


884 


399 


254 


49 


800 


91279 




1121 


148 






1269 




92 


6545 


2668 


1450 


1153 


342 


80 


895 


248157 






141 


150 


57 


348 






2268 


3751 


3932 


9552 


636 


218 


5767 


243021 


30 


106 




75 




181 






258 


664 


696 


300 


50 


39 


872 


45105 




12 








12 






38 


150 


157 






9 


180 


9552 




23 








23 




90 


753 


339 


318 




233 


16 


146 


21611 






16 






16 






36 

104 

59 

41 

127 


130 
66 

30 
145 


136 
70 

32 
142 


257 
70 




8 
5 
8 


2 


7664 
4620 
4259 
3954 
17748 






30 






30 






161 


43 


45 


2 






2 


2946 






35 






35 




30 


234 
374 


68 
392 

94 
187 


72 

98 

196 




2 
5 


4 
11 




4325 

21051 

9953 

6563 


















119 


125 








7 




7324 
















130 










621 






33805 


311 


5254 


1723 


1017 


367 


8381 


229 


985 


34246 


30940 


29657 


50837 


9647 


1833 


26086 


2812022 



248 
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LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 







CHURCH MEMBERSHIP 




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c 
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CO 
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CD 


co 
1 • 




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2-5 

CD .C 

8? 


3 
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CD to 
2 V 

OE 
2 » 

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CO 

c 
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to 

c 

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CD Q. 
CO » 

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CD > 


Q. 
CO 

CD co 
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c 2> 

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c 
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2 o 


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if 

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CD ° 

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co £ 


to 

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Church and Charge 


Pastor 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Ansley 


Stokes, William M. 


21 
















21 


40 




2 






Arcadia 


Crosby, Thomas 0. 


328 


4 


11 


6 




9 


9 


6 


325 


127 


7 


29 


40 




Mt. Marian 


Crosby, Thomas 0. Jr. 


86 










1 




3 


82 


31 


3 


18 


26 




Athens 


Windham, Joseph H. 


55 






4 








3 


56 


25 










Cross Roads 


Windham, Joseph H. 


37 
















37 


15 










Bernice 


Mims, Cecil C. 


142 






2 




4 




2 


138 


45 




4 






Beech Grove 


Mims, Cecil C. 


21 












1 




20 


16 




3 






Summerfield 


Mims, Cecil C. 


18 
















18 


9 










Bienville 


Maxey, Jack LP 


56 














8 


48 


19 










Mill Creek 


Maxey, Jack LP 


20 
















20 


10 










Strange 


Maxey, Jack LP 


23 
















23 


14 










Calhoun 


McGowen, Dorothy 


63 














2 


61 


35 










Beulah 


McGowen, Dorothy 


51 
















51 


18 










Indian Village 


McGowen, Dorothy 


62 












1 


1 


60 


14 










Chatham 


Coker, John C. 


158 


2 


1 




5 


6 


5 


5 


140 


40 


5 






2 


Eros 


Coker, John C. 


39 


7 




1 








2 


45 


30 


5 






6 


Choudrant 


Layman, Brenda 


79 










1 




1 


77 


27 




2 


3 




Douglas 


Layman, Brenda 


116 


2 










1 


2 


115 


63 


3 


10 


4 




Clay 


Hunter, Joe E. 


47 










1 


2 


1 


43 


25 




2 


10 




Cotton Valley 


Bearden, Steven D. 


129 


4 


1 


5 


1 






5 


133 


80 


3 


13 




4 


Pleasant Valley 


Bearden, Steven D. 


78 




2 










1 


79 


45 


2 


11 


2 




Downsville 


McLelland, James R. 


139 


5 


4 


4 




1 


1 


2 


148 


97 


6 


29 






Bethel 


McLeltand, James R. 


30 










1 




1 


28 


33 






14 




Mt. Nebo 


McLelland, James R. 


36 


1 












1 


36 


28 










Doyline 


Smith, Austin H. 


97 


4 


5 


7 










113 


55 


3 


4 




12 


Sibley 


Smith, Austin H. 


90 


1 


2 


2 




2 




1 


92 


50 


2 


20 






Dubach 


Layman, Bruce 


112 


1 




5 




1 




2 


115 


45 


1 


7 


3 




Hilly 


Layman, Bruce 


24 


1 














25 


10 






4 




Farmersville 


Nance, Lester N. 


307 


1 


6 


1 


5 


7 


2 


3 


298 


180 


3 


43 


22 


10 


Gibsland 


Dilworth, John Ed 


111 


4 


2 


1 




2 




3 


113 


45 


5 








Oak Grove 


Dilworth, John Ed 


33 














1 


32 


23 










Harmony Chapel 


Ouaid, Cleburne W. 


105 












3 


4 


98 


25 




3 


5 




Lisbon 


Quaid, Cleburne W. 


49 
















49 


16 










Arizona 


Quaid, Cleburne W. 


33 






6 








1 


38 


16 










Haynesville 


Coppage, Louis M., Jr. 


425 


9 


2 


1 




17 


3 


16 


401 


138 


6 


35 


44 




Shongaloo 


Coppage, Louis M., Jr. 


114 




3 






3 


1 


2 


111 


30 




1 


12 




Heflin 


Stage, Frank 


98 










4 




2 


92 


50 


2 


6 






Brushwood 


Stage, Frank 


107 














1 


106 


60 




1 






Hodge 


Foreman, Douglas R. 


159 




1 


2 


1 






2 


159 


65 


1 


25 






Dodson 


Foreman, Douglas R. 


20 
















20 


15 




2 






New Hope 


Foreman, Douglas R. 


22 














3 


19 


15 




1 






Homer 


Lowe, Terral T. 


570 


1 


9 


9 




9 




7 


573 


179 


3 


20 


12 




Wesley Chapel 


Lowe, Terral T. 


110 


9 


2 


1 






2 


6 


114 


45 


11 


4 


6 


9 


Jonesboro 


Averett, Clyde W. 


435 


4 


4 


1 




10 


1 


7 


426 


113 


4 


21 


16 


4 


Marion 


Coody, Arby W. 


62 


2 


1 










2 


63 


33 


2 








Bird's Chapel 


Coody, Arby W. 


62 


2 










2 


1 


61 


33 


2 








Minden, First 


Poole, James M. 


895 


17 


17 


12 




13 


4 


10 


914 


292 


13 


75 


52 


12 


Lakeview 


Aamodt, August E. 


388 


2 


9 


4 




7 




2 


394 


110 










Mclntyre 


Aamodt, August E. 


22 








7 








15 


5 










Pilgrim's Rest 


Moore, W. C. 


58 


2 














60 


15 


1 


7 


6 




Pine Grove 


Lyons, D. Dale 


148 




3 












151 


52 










Bethlehem 


Lyons, D. Dale 


14 


1 














15 


12 


1 








Quitman 


Jones, Frank 


74 


2 












3 


73 


52 


6 


9 




4 


Faith 


Jones, Frank 


45 




5 










1 


49 


42 




2 






Ringgold 


Solomon, Joe D. 


205 


10 


5 


9 


7 


9 


3 


5 


205 


85 


8 


13 


20 




Castor 


Solomon, Joe D. 


71 






2 


9 


1 




1 


62 


30 










Grand Bayou 


Solomon, Joe D. 


20 
















20 


7 










Ruston, Trinity 


Merrill, Merlin W. 


1677 


29 


42 


13 




30 


5 


13 


1713 


604 


26 


120 


23 


20 


Grace 


Humphreys, James H. 


378 


3 


15 


5 


2 


6 




4 


389 


156 


5 


29 




5 


Wesley Chapel 


Humphreys, James H. 


80 


3 


1 


1 




2 


1 


2 


80 


53 


2 


6 


22 


3 


Simsboro 


Langford, Charles R. 


86 






1 








2 


85 


31 


6 








Salem 


Langford, Charles R. 


89 






2 








1 


90 


35 










Antioch 


Langford, Charles R. 


78 










1 


2 




75 


18 










Springhill 


Bond, Beverly E. 


776 


12 


13 


7 


5 


27 


18 


12 


746 


200 


11 


31 


40 


10 


Sarepta 


Bond, Beverly E. 


40 








1 






1 


38 


12 










Centerpoint 


Shaw, William B. 


51 






1 








3 


49 


24 


1 


2 






Concord 


Kurtz, Donn M. 


11 
















11 


7 










Antioch 


Kurtz, Donn M. 


19 














1 


18 


21 










Sanders Chapel 


Garrett, Troy 


34 


1 




1 










36 


20 




4 


1 




Whitehall 


Cassels, W. Paul 


41 


2 


1 


3 








2 


45 


30 










Colquitt 


Cassels, W. Paul 


40 
















40 


20 










Evergreen 


Cassels, W. Paul 


50 




1 










1 


50 


50 










Dist Superintendent 


Peyton, Robert L. 


































10369 


148 


168 


119 


43 


175 


67 


174 


10345 


4110 


159 


614 


387 


101 



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249 



Statistical Table No. 1 



CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


U.M.W. 


PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 


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CO 

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£ O 
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16 


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3 

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£ co 

3 CO 

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17 


CO 
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3 

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18 


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19 


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20 


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co .E 
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CO CD 

c — 

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co 1 *- 

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CD S 
£ CO 

f 1 

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21 


CO 

c 
CO •= 
CD E 

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CD CL 

£ i 

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CO "g 

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22 


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23 


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25 


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26 


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= ■= E 

o re c 

e o P 
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27 


■S ; » — 

3.E 2 
£ f E 
2 If 

cd-cTUJ 

re re c 
> -i re 

28 


CO 
CD 
CO 

£ re 

o c 

^ O CD 

E 2 3 

<£&% 

<D <D LL 

111 

>0 re 
29 


CO 

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3 — 

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CD ® 
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±= CO CD 

O <o Q- 
Si o o 

S w °- 
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re co i 
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30 


CO 

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C 

o 
8 

CO »- . 

co re ra 

£ O CD 

S CT .> 

S»o 

£ c\i LU 

31 


d 

CO • 

is 
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S <5 
n o- 
a> 5 

XJ CD 

£■£ 
S£ 
£ = 

32 


4 
22 
4 
5 
3 


4 

37 

6 


12 
4 
1 


8 

104 

25 

12 

10 


16 
175 
39 
18 
13 


16 

103 

25 

15 

7 


15 
7 


30 
5 




18 


620 


40 


127 


1500 

595000 

60000 

70000 

20000 


110000 
35000 


12815 
3000 






10 


11 
5 


9 

1 


43 

6 

17 


73 

6 
23 


20 

5 
10 








14 


530 


25 
6 


1398 
10 


39200 
7500 
25000 
29500 
25000 


59000 
13000 








4 
3 

6 


4 
4 

8 


3 
3 
2 
6 


15 
12 

20 


26 

22 

2 

40 


16 
12 

30 


10 


2 


2 


12 


900 


12 


173 


40000 
23000 
30000 
23500 
230000 


30000 
46000 


17800 






5 

3 

10 

4 
14 


13 

19 
10 
26 


9 

9 

4 
5 


12 
16 
34 
6 
71 


39 
19 
72 
24 
116 


30 
7 
40 
10 
65 


37 
32 


6 

7 
75 

16 


6 
3 
4 


5 


100 


63 


1000 


102000 
50000 

172000 
22300 

111000 


32000 
32000 
13000 
17000 


5919 
5946 


24580 




3 

24 

5 

3 

7 


6 

36 

3 

18 


2 
22 

4 

10 


17 
72 
25 
10 
32 


28 
154 
37 
13 
67 


22 
89 
25 

11 
40 


8 
12 


6 


4 
4 






18 
30 

21 


1450 
128 

250 


34625 
171000 
51000 
20000 
55000 


29000 
25000 


10000 






7 
12 

20 
6 


12 
9 

36 
2 


10 
17 

18 
1 


25 
37 

72 
26 


54 
75 

146 
35 


40 
41 

82 
30 


24 
12 


18 

4 
20 




36 


225 


30 

12 


150 
453 


80000 

135000 

35000 

60000 

217158 


23000 

350000 

28440 


17000 
12956 

1875 
38000 


12819 




5 
2 

31 


4 

7 

29 


19 


3 
16 

15 

110 


7 
28 
17 

189 


7 
17 
10 

98 


37 


81 


5 






1 
11 

73 


296 


3500 

40500 

50000 

50000 

1210000 


30000 
95000 


5000 
20000 

18946 






3 

6 

9 

10 

1 


3 
10 
12 
19 


5 
20 
12 


16 
22 
15 
22 
9 


22 
43 
56 
.63 
10 


12 
38 
40 
37 
8 


10 
11 






10 
16 

15 




14 
14 
20 
25 


162 
1170 


60000 
130000 
120000 
299000 

20000 


15000 
50000 

49000 
1881 


6754 
5000 
8000 
8105 






1 
19 

5 
24 

7 


39 
15 
19 
16 


11 
6 

15 
6 


9 

149 

15 

68 

21 


10 
218 

41 
126 

50 


8 

142 

25 

75 

26 


40 

10 

14 

6 


85 
3 
7 


1 
9 

1 


26 


1444 


129 
30 


464 
1500 


5000 
990000 

96000 
517740 

85000 


73500 

100000 
50000 


1063 

22636 

17000 

130000 

1897 






5 
40 
11 

16 


8 
81 
23 


7 
65 
25 


10 

341 

120 

5 

20 


30 

527 

179 

5 

36 


16 

255 

68 

5 

2 


75 


35 
180 


2 

11 

2 


20 


45 


165 
36 


700 
59 

114 


60000 

1179400 

480000 

17000 

35000 


63000 
85000 


2426 
74761 

400 


1600 
32400 




7 

8 

6 

14 


22 

12 

2 

18 


18 

8 
2 
9 


46 

30 
19 
45 


93 

58 
29 

86 


35 

35 
20 
45 


18 

5 

12 


5 

4 

10 


1 

7 






15 
12 

15 


499 

21 

200 


100000 

213400 

66000 

328000 


20000 
33000 
95000 


3069 

12871 
15185 


4000 

12586 
8237 
3392 


1249 


2 

92 
18 
10 


361 
42 
16 


144 

16 

3 


10 

316 
93 
35 


12 

913 

169 

64 


5 

363 
93 
47 


5 

305 
95 
46 


1061 
80 
10 


3 
3 


20 


600 


206 
70 


744 
644 


77500 

9000 

2967902 

35000 

61000 


90000 
72000 


6464 

117 

43353 

482798 

13500 


191000 




5 
1 
2 
25 
2 


12 
10 

43 


2 
47 


28 

22 

180 
8 


47 
11 
24 
295 
10 


23 

6 

14 

150 

6 


8 
45 


85 




15 
50 




15 
14 

75 


364 


84000 
125000 

99000 
644668 

48000 


60000 
43500 


s 22362 

8438 

4071 

62182 

1000 


10793 




3 

1 
4 


3 
5 


3 
1 
4 


10 

12 


19 

2 

25 


13 
20 






2 






5 
4 


35 
35 


10500 
50000 
50000 
40000 
30000 




10000 
10000 






4 


3 


4 


10 


21 


18 
















25000 

50000 

120000 


85000 


7500 






583 


1103 


604 


2577 


4867 


2573 


899 


1835 


70 


257 


4464 


1206 


12146 


13217393 


1953321 


1150209 


301407 


1249 



250 
RUSTON 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 








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Local Church 




CO CO 


c 

3 
O 

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(0 

if 
6-5 


c E 

V T3 


O 






£• 


£• 


-Q 


to o 


CO o 


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JQ 




CD O 
2 co" 

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T3 C CD 


a o 
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"•" CO 

sf 

II 


nt opera 
tot inclui 
penses) 


co o 

in g 

S o 






to 
to 
03 


to 
to 
w 


O 
CO 

+ 

to 
a 


O m 

t: to 

CD Q. 

£-0 
O to 


O to 
t_ to 
CD < 

O to 


o 
+ 

CO 

o 


CD 

u 

c 

CO 


CD Tn 

° •sr 

C CD 
CO m 


+ 
CO 




Principal ar 
on indebtec 
mortgages, 


Paid on buil 
improvemei 
funds borro 


8-° 

31 


Other curre 
expenses (r 
program ex| 


£ "> 

CD .± 
tO T3 


CO m 

«W 
-,_ c 
2 2 

co E 
Q. < 


W Q_ 

CO — 

-,_ C 

S 2 

to 2 
to E 
O- < 


t» C/3 
& c 

O o 
CO £ 

to C 

< < 


."to 

CD Q_ 

.2 C 

O o 
to c 

to t 

< < 


CO 
TJ 

to 

CL 

ra 
o 

H 


•o°- 
c tu 
to o 

•> 5 

.£ > 

= 2 

5< 


■oO- 

C CD 

CO O 

CD CO 

= 2 

5< 


'cfl 

a. 

2 
o 

I- 


is 

5 CO 
1- 0- 


Is 

< So 

■»< 

2 5 
H 0- 


5 

•o 

CO 

Q. 

« 

o 

t- 


Church/Charge 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


Ansley 




1589 


203 


203 


447 


1020 


1020 








420 




420 


960 




960 


Arcadia 




28040 


5095 


22670 


6085 


13550 


13550 








1722 




1722 


2850 




2850 


Mt. Mariah 




573 




952 


425 


1750 


1750 








300 




300 


750 




750 


Athens 




6240 


288 


1700 


147 


1200 


1200 














1200 




1200 


Cross Roads 




950 




786 


409 


1200 


1200 














1200 




1200 


Bernice 




1373 


808 


7590 


1599 


8700 


8700 








1800 




1800 


3000 




3000 


Beech Grove 




79 




210 




696 


696 














300 




300 


Summerfield 




1754 


15 


236 




900 


900 














300 




300 


Bienville 




1357 


100 


1008 


1110 


3960 


3960 














2040 




2040 


Mill Creek 








540 




1500 


1500 








1200 




1200 








Strange 








1227 


255 


900 


900 








900 




900 








Calhoun 




5100 


132 


1728 


233 


4400 


4400 








800 




800 


2550 




2550 


Beulah 




452 


258 


293 


103 


1245 


1245 








355 




355 


800 




800 


Indian Village 






19 


699 


234 


1245 


1245 








600 




600 


555 




555 


Chatham 


844 


1469 


1138 


2871 


2051 


6160 


6160 








1890 




1890 


2400 




2400 


Eros 


10940 


1984 


691 


2189 


696 


4691 


4680 








200 




200 


300 




300 


Choudrant 






368 


1911 


240 


3790 


4020 








810 




810 


1080 




1080 


Douglas 






1033 


2640 


2011 


4632 


4914 








990 




990 


1378 




1378 


Clay 




1314 


306 


923 


100 


3000 


3000 














600 




600 


Cotton Valley 




9284 


1216 


6051 


968 


6000 


6000 








782 




782 


2150 




2150 


Pleasant Valley 




2200 


98 


767 


722 


1450 


1450 








1230 




1230 


1520 




1520 


Downsville 




6340 


4267 


8512 


3931 


7455 


7455 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Bethel 




2372 


209 


1187 


756 


2152 


2152 




















Mt. Nebo 




1379 


64 


511 


1431 


1500 


1500 




















Doyline 




1181 


618 


2510 


381 


3300 


3300 








900 




900 


1800 




1800 


Sibley 




2803 


500 


2955 


254 


3300 


3300 








500 




500 


2200 




2200 


Dubach 


113 


2961 


1343 


3951 


593 


5016 


5016 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Hilly 








70 


854 


2604 


2604 




















Farmerville 


6524 




5649 


18861 


1700 


14100 


14100 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Gibsland 




5013 


564 


3592 




4300 


4300 








1641 




1641 


2700 




2700 


Oak Grove 








398 


49 


1900 


1900 














240 




240 


Harmony Chapel 






3347 


1113 




3420 


3420 








850 




850 


1200 




1200 


Lisbon 






4023 






2400 


2400 














1764 




1764 


Arizona 




2440 


10 


324 


25 


840 


840 




















Haynesville 




13932 


3431 


26201 


1327 


12950 


12950 








1800 




1800 


2300 




2300 


Shongaloo 




1582 


262 


2226 


845 


2642 


2642 














1095 




1095 


Heflin 




7446 


678 


2604 


610 


5293 


5293 








300 




300 


863 




863 


Brushwood 




6857 


1036 


1551 


740 


3255 


3255 








600 




399 


1200 




1200 


Hodge 




1793 


2835 


7014 




8400 


8400 








1500 




1500 


3000 




3000 


Dodson 




1095 


57 


818 




600 


600 








300 




300 


300 




300 


New Hope 




76 


77 


257 




600 


600 














300 




300 


Homer 


6700 


30844 


2231 


27108 


3449 


12830 


12830 








1320 




1320 


3300 




3300 


Wesley Chapel 




2068 


813 


2381 


1414 


4900 


4900 














300 




300 


Jonesboro 




30268 


4698 


27206 




17700 


17700 








1400 




1400 


3300 




3300 


Marion 


297 


3409 


421 


5058 


438 


4200 


4200 








1200 




1200 


2400 




2400 


Bird's Chapel 


1200 


644 


1079 


1380 




3000 


3000 








960 




960 


1200 




1200 


Minden, First 




23682 


17098 


67568 


15483 


21600 


21600 


13000 


13000 


34600 


1800 


1800 


3600 


3600 


3000 


6600 


Lakeview i 


7916 




6332 


21658 


2566 


10900 


10900 








2272 




2272 


3000 




3000 


Mclntyre ' 






30 


400 




1800 


1800 




















Pilgrim's Rest 




3256 


200 






1450 


1450 








187 




187 


55 




55 


Pine Grove 






2000 


3200 


300 


6617 


6617 








1381 




1381 


2486 




2486 


Bethlehem 






1000 




50 


1962 


1962 














1225 




1225 


Quitman 1 


8085 


423 


578 


2994 


703 


4468 


4468 








1453 




1453 


1941 




1941 


Faith 


1560 




175 


1195 


216 


3000 


3000 








347 




347 


1659 




1659 


Ringgold 


5607 


21710 


1580 


11071 


1866 


9900 


9900 








1425 




1425 


1850 




1850 


Castor 




2576 


294 


1371 


186 


2100 


2100 








600 




600 


2100 




2100 


Grand Bayou 








108 




325 


325 




















Ruston, Trinity 


60872 


38605 


19032 


164154 


48874 


26500 


26500 


13200 


13200 


39700 


3600 


2800 


6400 


2600 


1800 


4400 


Grace j 




2126 


4766 


22354 


5169 


13900 


13900 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Wesley Chapel 




2344 


733 


1449 


1111 


2360 


2360 








600 




600 


640 




640 


Simsboro 




1581 


765 


2192 


337 


2808 


2808 








600 




600 


1200 




1200 


Salem 




1255 




1900 


375 


2808 


2808 








855 




600 


1200 




1200 


Antioch 






433 


2116 


236 


2808 


2808 








600 




600 


1200 




1200 


Springhill 


10470 


19346 


7806 


40919 


4433 


18265 


18265 








1400 




1400 


3400 




3400 


Sarepta 




492 


62 


446 


100 


1400 


1400 














750 




750 


Centerpoint 




50 


678 


899 


1397 


3220 


3200 














700 




700 


Concord 








200 




1500 


1500 














1200 




1200 


Antioch 








200 




1740 


1740 














1200 




1200 


Sanders Chapel 








300 




900 


900 














900 




900 


Whitehall 




106 


198 


219 




1400 


1400 








200 




200 


1100 




^ 1100 


Colquitt 




5674 


129 


382 


300 


1100 


1100 








100 




100 


555 




555 


Evergreen 








218 


634 


1969 


1969 








120 




120 


1100 




1100 


Dist. Supt. 












25900 


25900 








1800 




1800 


5700 




5150 




121128 


311487 


113869 


552495 


120968 


373346 


373827 


26200 


26200 


74300 


53810 


4600 


57954 


111156 


4800 


115406 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



251 



Statistical Table No. 2 



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C0NNECTI0NAL ADMINISTRATION FUNDS 




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43a 


43b 


44a 


44b 


45a 


45b 


46a 


46b 


47a 


47b 


49a 


49b 


50a 


I 50b 


51a 


51b 


52a 


52b 


179 


179 


56 


56 


12 


12 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


51 


51 


3016 


3016 


933 


933 


207 


207 


72 


72 


72 


72 


48 




126 


126 


46 


46 


856 


856 


493- 


493 


152 


152 


34 


34 


12 


12 


12 




8 




21 


21 


8 


8 


140 


140 


383 


383 


118 


118 


26 


26 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


109 


109 


237 


237 


73 


73 


16 


16 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


67 


67 


1489 


1489 


461 


461 


102 


102 


35 


35 


35 


35 


24 


24 


62 


62 


23 


23 


422 


422 


119 


119 


37 


37 


8 


8 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


60 


60 


113 


113 


35 


35 


8 


8 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


32 


32 


382 


382 


118 


118 


26 


26 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


108 


108 


169 


169 


52 


52 


12 


12 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


7 


7 


3 


3 


48 


48 


234 


234 


72 


72 


16 


16 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


! 4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


66 


66 


713 


713 


221 


221 


49 


49 


17 


17 


17 




11 




30 




11 




202 


202 


289 


289 


90 


90 


20 


20 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


12 


12 


4 


4 


82 


82 


339 


339 


105 


105 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 


8 


5 


5 


14 


14 


5 


5 


96 


96 


1248 


1248 


386 


386 


86 


86 


30 


30 


30 


30 


20 


20 


52 


52 


19 


19 


354 


354 


410 


410 


127 


127 


28 


28 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


17 


17 


6 


6 


116 


116 


620 


620 


192 


192 


43 


43 


15 


15 


15 


15 


10 


10 


26 


26 


9 


9 


176 


176 


763 


763 


236 


236 


52 


52 


18 


18 


18 


18 


12 


12 


32 


32 


12 


12 


217 


217 


363 


363 


112 


112 


25 


25 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 




15 


15 


6 


6 


103 


103 


1205 


1205 


373 


373 


83 


83 


29 


29 


29 


29 


19 




50 


50 


18 


18 


342 


342 


485 


485 


150 


150 


33 


33 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


20 


20 


7 


7 


138 


138 


1461 


1461 


452 


452 


100 


100 


35 


35 


35 


35 


23 


23 


61 


61 


22 


22 


415 


415 


260 


260 


80 


80 


18 


18 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


74 


74 


224 


224 


69 


69 


15 


15 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


9 


9 


3 


3 


64 


64 


708 


708 


219 


219 


49 


49 


17 


17 


17 


17 


11 


11 


30 


! 30 


11 


11 


201 


201 


719 


719 


223 


223 


49 


49 


17 


17 


17 


17 


11 


11 


30 


30 


11 


11 


204 


204 


971 


971 


300 


300 


67 


67 


23 


23 


23 


23 


15 




41 


41 


15 


15 


275 


275 


209 


209 


65 


65 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


9 


9 


3 


3 


59 


50 


2552 


2552 


790 


790 


175 


175 


61 


61 


61 


61 


41 


41 


107 


107 


39 


39 


724 


724 


990 


990 


306 


306 


68 


68 


24 


24 


24 


24 


16 


16 


41 


41 


15 


15 


281 


281 


990 


990 


306 


306 


68 


68 


24 


24 


24 


24 


16 


16 


41 


41 


15 


15 


281 


281 


766 


766 


237 


237 


53 


53 


18 


18 


18 


18 


12 


12 


32 


32 


12 


12 


217 


217 


428 


428 


132 


132 


29 


29 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


18 


18 


7 


7 


121 


121 


238 


238 


74 


74 


16 


16 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


10 


10 


4 


4 


67 


67 


3415 


3415 


1057 


1057 


234 


234 


81 


81 


81 


81 


54 


54 


143 


143 


52 


52 


969 


969 


699 


699 


217 


217 


48 


48 


17 


17 


17 


17 


11 


11 


29 


29 


11 


11 


199 


199 


825 


822 


255 


242 


57 


49 


20 


20 


20 


20 


13 


12 


35 


19 


13 


10 


234 


234 


724 


724 


224 


224 


50 


50 


17 


17 


17 


17 


12 


12 


30 


30 


11 


11 


206 


206 


1306 


1306 


404 


404 


90 


90 


31 


31 


31 


31 


21 


21 


55 


55 


20 


20 


371 


371 


152 


152 


47 


47 


10 


10 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


43 


43 


133 


133 


41 


41 


9 


9 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


6 


2 


2 


38 


38 


4089 


4089 


1266 


1266 


280 


280 


97 


97 


97 


97 


65 


65 


171 


171 


62 


62 


1160 


1160 


720 


720 


223 


223 


49 


49 


17 


17 


17 


17 


11 


11 


30 


30 


11 


11 


204 


204 


4271 


4271 


1322 


1322 


293 


293 


102 


102 


102 


102 


68 


68 


179 


179 


65 


65 


1212 


1212 


851 


851 


263 


263 


58 


58 


20 


20 


20 


20 


14 




36 




13 




242 




512 


512 


158 


158 


35 


35 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


21 


21 


8 


8 


145 


145 


8391 


8391 


2597 


2597 


575 


575 


200 


200 


200 


200 


133 


133 


352 


352 


128 


128 


2381 


2381 


3241 


3241 


1003 


1003 


222 


222 


77 


77 


77 


77 


52 




136 


136 


49 


49 


920 


520 


199 


199 


62 


62 


14 


14 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


57 


57 


383 


383 


119 


119 


26 


26 


9 


9 


9 


9 


6 


6 


16 


16 


6 


6 


109 


109 


1102 


1102 


325 


325 


66 


66 


28 


28 


28 


28 


7 


7 


25 


25 


13 


13 


328 


328 


187 


187 


55 


55 


11 


11 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 


3 


4 


4 


2 


2 


56 


56 


685 


685 


212 


212 


47 


47 


16 


16 


16 


16 


11 


11 


29 


29 


10 


10 


194 


194 


422 


422 


131 


131 


29 


29 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 




18 


18 


6 


6 


120 


120 


1657 


1657 


513 


513 


114 


114 


39 


39 


39 




26 




69 


69 


25 


25 


470 


470 


520 


520 


161 


161 


36 


36 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


8 


22 


22 


8 


8 


148 


148 


91 


91 


28 


28 


6 


6 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


26 


26 


15153 


15153 


4690 


4690 


1039 


1039 


361 


361 


361 


361 


241 


241 


635 


635 


231 


231 


4301 


4301 


3347 


3347 


1036 


1036 


230 


230 


80 


80 


80 


80 


53 


53 


140 


140 


51 


51 


950 


950 


534 


534 


165 


165 


37 


37 


13 


13 


13 


13 


8 


8 


22 


22 


8 


8 


152 


152 


609 


609 


189 


189 


42 


42 


15 


15 


15 


15 


10 


10 


26 


26 


9 


9 


173 


173 


557 


557 


173 


173 


38 


38 


13 


13 


13 


13 


9 


9 


23 


23 


8 


8 


158 


158 


580 


580 


180 


180 


40 


40 


14 


14 


14 


14 


9 


9 


24 


24 


9 


9 


165 


165 


5746 


5746 


1779 


1779 


394 


394 


137 


137 


137 


137 


91 


91 


241 


241 


88 


88 


1631 


1631 


301 


301 


93 


93 


21 


21 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


5 


13 


13 


5 


5 


85 


85 


437 


437 


135 


135 


30 


30 


10 


10 


10 


10 


7 


7 


18 


18 


7 


7 


124 


124 


158 


158 


49 


49 


11 


11 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


7 


7 


2 


2 


45 


45 


180 


180 


56 


56 


12 


12 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


3 


8 


8 


3 


3 


51 


51 


191 


191 


59 


59 


13 


13 


5 


5 


5 


5 


3 




8 




3 




54 


27 


265 


265 


82 


82 


18 


18 


6 


6 


6 


6 


4 


4 


11 


11 


4 


4 


75 


75 


254 


254 


79 


79 


17 


17 


6 


6 


6 





4 




11 


11 


4 


4 


72 


72 


335 


335 


104 


104 


23 


23 


8 


8 


8 




5 




14 


14 


5 


5 


95 


95 


86987 


86984 


26904 


26891 


5954 


5946 


2076] 


2076 


2076 1 


1994 


1373 


1154 


3619| 


3529 


1323 


1293 


24731 


24053 



252 
RUSTON 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 





CONNECT. 
ADMIN. 
FUNDS 


BENEVOLENCES 




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Conference Benevolen 
Apportioned 


World Service and 
Conference Benevolen 
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c 
o 

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3 J 

111 c 

■= 5 

CO Q. 
C Q. 
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to T3 

c c 


c 
g 

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o 

3 
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HI 

ni !9 

C CO 

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to -o 

c c 

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3 
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CD 
CD CD 

Si 

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13 

C 
3 
LL 
CD 
CD 

a 
o 

o 

O TJ 

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c c 
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5 LL 


CO 

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55 -o 

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CO 

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5 
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15 

c 
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to T3 

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3 3 
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CD 

o 

c 

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Church/Charge 


53a 


53b 


55a 


55b 


56a 


56b 


57a 


57b 


58a 


58b 


59 


60 


Ansley 


93 


93 


92 


92 


33 


33 


16 


16 


12 


12 


14 




Arcadia 




1121 


1539 


1539 


560 


560 


267 


100 


208 


208 


230 


1775 


Mt. Marian 


142 


142 


251 


251 


91 


91 


44 




34 








Athens 






195 


100 


71 





34 




26 








Cross Roads 






121 


121 


44 


44 


21 


21 


16 


16 


18 




Bernice 


714 


714 


760 


760 


276 


276 


132 


132 


103 


103 


113 


50 


Beech Grove 






61 


61 


22 


22 


11 


11 


8 


8 


9 




Summerfield 


74 


74 


58 


58 


21 


21 


10 


10 


8 


8 


9 




Bienville 






195 


195 


71 


71 


34 


34 


26 


26 


29 




Mill Creek 






87 


87 


31 


31 


15 


15 


12 


12 


13 




Strange 


102 


102 


119 


119 


43 


43 


21 


21 


16 


16 


18 




Calhoun 


336 


336 


364 


364 


132 


132 


63 




49 








Beulah 


112 


75 


148 


100 


34 


25 


26 


5 


20 


5 






Indian Village 


105 


105 


173 


173 


63 


63 


30 


30 


23 


23 


26 




Chatham 


487 


487 


637 


637 


232 




111 




86 








Eros 






209 


209 


76 


76 


36 


36 


28 


28 


31 




Choudrant 


250 


250 


317 


317 


115 


115 


55 


55 


43 


43 


47 




Douglas 


512 


512 


389 


389 


142 


142 


68 


68 


53 


53 


58 




Clay 


206 


206 


186 


186 


67 


67 


32 


32 


25 


25 


28 




Cotton Valley 


483 


263 


615 




224 


224 


107 




83 






50 


Pleasant Valley 


142 


142 


247 




90 


90 


43 




33 








Downsville 


540 


540 


746 


746 


271 


271 


129 


129 


101 


101 


111 


5347 


Bethel 


160 


160 


133 


133 


48 


48 


23 


23 


18 


18 


20 


100 


Mt. Nebo ! 


106 


106 


114 


114 


42 


42 


20 


20 


15 


15 


17 




Doyline 


294 


294 


362 


362 


132 


132 


63 


63 


49 


49 


54 





Sibley 


307 


307 


367 


367 


134 


134 


64 


64 


50 


50 


55 




Dubach 


341 


341 


495 


495 


108 


108 


86 


9 


67 


54 


37 




Hilly 


94 


94 


107 


95 


39 


39 


19 




14 


14 






Farmerville 


1023 


1023 


1303 


1303 


474 


474 


226 


226 


176 


176 


194 


1700 


Gibsland 






505 


505 


184 


184 


88 


88 


68 


68 


75 




Oak Grove 


113 


113 


505 


505 


184 


184 


88 


88 


68 


68 


75 




Harmony Chapel 


300 


300 


391 


391 


142 


142 


68 


68 


53 


53 


58 




Lisbon 


273 


273 


219 


219 


79 


79 


38 


38 


30 


30 


33 


350 


Arizona 






121 


121 


44 


44 


21 


21 


'16 


16 


18 




Haynesville 


1058 


1058 


1743 


1743 


634 


634 


302 




236 


236 




150 


Shongaloo 


244 


244 


357 


357 


130 


130 


62 


62 


48 


48 


53 




Heflin 


172 


172 


421 


376 


153 


137 


73 




57 


47 






Brushwood 


147 


147 


370 


370 


135 


135 


64 


64 


50 


50 


55 




Hodge 


547 


547 


667 


667 


243 




116 




90 


90 






Dodson i 


53 


53 


78 


78 


28 


28 


13 


13 


11 


11 


12 




New Hope 


54 


54 


68 


68 


25 


25 


12 


12 


9 


9 


10 




Homer 


1101 


1101 


2087 


2087 


759 


759 


362 


362 


282 


282 


312 


974 


Wesley Chapel 


377 


377 


368 


368 


134 


134 


64 


64 


50 


50 


65 




Jonesboro 


1464 


1464 


2180 


2180 


793 


793 






295 


295 


325 


129 


Marion 






434 


434 


158 


158 


75 




39 








Bird's Chapel 






261 


261 


95 


95 


45 


45 


35 


35 


39 




Minden, First 


848 


1582 


4283 


4283 


1558 


1558 


743 


743 


579 


579 


639 


7840 


Lakeview 


977 


977 


1654 


1654 


602 


602 


387 




224 


224 


247 




Mclntyre 


145 


145 


102 


102 


37 


37 


18 


18 


14 


14 


15 




Pilgrim's Rest 






196 


196 


71 


71 


34 


34 


26 


26 


29 




Pine Grove 






504 


504 


184 


184 


91 




68 








Bethlehem 






86 


86 


31 


31 


15 


15 


11 


11 






Quitman 


368 


368 


349 


349 


127 


127 


61 




47 


47 


52 




Faith 


245 


245 


215 


215 


78 


78 


37 


37 


29 


29 


32 




Ringgold 


624 


624 


846 


846 


308 




147 




114 






1500' 


Castor 






265 


265 


97 


97 


46 


46 


36 


36 


40 




Grand Bayou 


32 


32 


46 


46 


17 


17 


8 


8 


6 


6 


7 




Ruston, Trinity i 


2529 


2529 


7735 


7735 


2814 


2814 


1342 


1342 


1046 


1046 


1155 


4503 


Grace 


1056 


1056 


1709 


1709 


622 


622 


296 


296 


231 


231 


255 


1332 


Wesley Chapel 


256 


256 


273 


273 


99 


99 


47 


47 


37 


37 


41 


36 


Simsboro 


226 


226 


311 


311 


113 


113 


54 


54 


42 


42 


46 


61 


Salem 


227 


227 


285 


285 


104 


104 


49 


49 


38 


38 


42 




Antioch 


225 


225 


296 


296 


108 


108 


51 


51 


40 


40 


44 




Springhill 


1489 


1489 


2933 


2933 


1067 


1067 


509 


509 


397 


397 


438 


350 


Sarepta 


122 


122 


154 


154 


56 


56 


27 


27 


21 


21 


23 




Centerpoint 


303 


303 


223 


223 


81 


81 


39 


39 


30 


30 


33 




Concord 






81 


81 


29 


29 


14 




11 


11 


12 




Antioch 






92 


92 


33 


33 


13 


13 


12 


12 


14 




Sanders Chapel 






98 


80 


36 




17 




13 








Whitehall 


123 


123 


135 


135 


49 


49 


23 


23 


18 


18 


20 




Colquitt 


61 


61 


130 


130 


47 




22 




18 






k 


Evergreen 


151 


151 


171 


171 


62 





30 




23 








Dist. Supt. 
























242 


Total 


22533 


24131 


44337 


43257 


16036 


15012 


7417 


5396 


5970 


5346 


5445 


26489 



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Statistical Table No. 3 





BENEVOLENCES 








General Church 






























Special Da 


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CD 
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C 
CO 


CD 


CO 

c 







CO 
CD 
O 


CO 

CO 

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o 




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o 
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o 
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3 
O 

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OB 


c 

3 

E 
E 
o 
o 

33 
o 
5 


T3 


c 
o 

to 
co 

a 

c 
IB 

E >. 

3 CO 

I D 


CM 

co x> 

j. CM 

to , 

CM + 
3 3 

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<o 


3 

T3 
1U 

c 

(0 >. 
S CO 
CO -0 

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-C 3 

OC/3 


c 
3 

LL 

>. 

II 

5 HI 


> 
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CD 
O 

S <£ 
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C CD 
O Q. 

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O 
O 

e- 

CO 

c 

2 
c 

CD 
O 


to 

c 

3 
O 
LL 
>. 
CD 
CO 
CD 


CO 
CO 

3 

O 

l€ 

co i- 

C 3 
CD .C 

O-O 


CO 
CO 

3 

6 

c 

.- 
co 3 

C CO 
CD CO 

Q- a. 


O 
> 
CD 
C 
CD 
CD 

CD 

sz 




CD •- 

co ^ 
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CO 

3^ 

so 
b 2 


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61 


62a 


62b 


62c 


62d 


62e 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


71 


72 


















272 


53 


56 






3 




5806 




80 


55 


30 


26 


191 


50 




2129 


890 


933 


3009 


264 


52 


1239 


99630 






9 






9 




67 


180 

100 

49 


70 


152 

118 

73 


175 

143 


88 
253 


8 
7 
4 




6773 

12035 

5527 




25 


39 




28 


92 




52 


1149 
108 
160 


439 
35 
33 


461 
37 
35 


1683 
75 


280 


26 
2 
2 


1094 


34947 
1892 
3818 


















375 


231 
50 


118 
52 


200 


60 


7 
3 


98 


11699 
3805 


















100 


69 


72 






4 




4264 
16977 






15 






15 






50 


25 


35 


25 


20 






4402 






40 






40 


7 




95 


100 


105 


211 




6 




4939 




52 








52 






247 


100 


386 


768 


463 


21 


354 


24563 


9 
















234 


121 


127 


250 




7 




23639 




52 


24 






76 






1045 


183 


192 




225 


11 




12094 




30 


56 




22 


108 






234 
213 
373 


225 
107 
100 


236 
112 
275 


177 
234 




13 

6 

21 




16541 

8101 

29886 


















550 


143 


150 


37 




8 




10005 




1263 


106 


50 




1419 


32 


56 


773 


431 


452 


1369 


279 


25 


1397 


51987 




100 








100 






200 
100 


77 
66 


80 
69 


200 




4 
4 




8302 
5836 


10 


10 


15 




10 


35 






450 


209 


219 


650 


189 


12 


641 


15322 




10 








10 






401 


212 


223 


182 




12 




15810 


44 


22 


2 




24 


48 






187 


900 


150 


510 


227 


17 




24219 




25 






25 


50 






70 


52 


60 


144 




4 




4513 




408 






104 


512 






2194 
434 


753 
292 


790 
306 


1539 
493 


55 


44 
17 


880 
469 


68647 
22506 


















434 


292 


306 


493 




17 




6927 






15 






15 




70 


612 


226 


237 


261 


245 


13 




13986 










50 


50 


25 


50 


647 


126 


132 


296 




7 




11304 






13 






13 






105 


70 


74 


191 




4 




4741 


35 


99 


37 


93 


54 


283 


80 


65 


2781 


1008 


1057 


2459 


399 


59 


1235 


81309 






30 


25 




55 


20 


13 


345 


207 


217 


710 




12 


235 


12608 




50 








50 




7 


342 


243 


255 


555 


42 


14 


274 


21736 




15 


7 






22 






198 


214 


224 


480 




12 


400 


18700 






8 






8 






597 




404 


768 




22 


392 


30366 






12 






12 






55 


45 


47 


97 




3 




3894 






12 






12 






55 


39 


41 


81 




2 




1955 




251 


79 


22 


43 


395 




90 


4350 


1207 


1266 


1092 


360 


70 


1788 


111564 






60 


9 


67 


236 






529 


213 


223 


425 




12 




15854 






44 






44 






1931 


1261 


1322 






73 


875 


102878 




38 








38 






169 






285 


660 


15 


166 


20560 




60 


25 






85 






267 


151 


158 


371 


330 


9 




12220 




324 


158 


72 


60 


614 


85 


183 


5866 


2477 


2597 


4850 


900 


144 


5813 


224341 






8 






8 






113 

40 


557 

59 

113 


503 

62 

119 


1175 
100 


32 


56 
3 

7 


30 


66117 
3141 
6496 






126 






126 






342 
50 














19034 
4758 




36 


19 






55 






413 


202 


212 


445 




12 


60 


24207 




80 


18 






98 






405 


125 


131 


200 




7 


192 


10692 






11 






11 




44 


385 


25 






300 


28 




61659 


















783 


153 
27 


161 
28 


275 




9 
2 




12019 
767 


100 


1717 


196 




100 


2013 


150 


133 


38122 


4474 


4690 


10425 


699 


260 


5340 


496579 




150 


93 




72 


315 


60 


81 


2478 


988 


1036 


3724 


362 


57 


1045 


75329 




28 


23 


21 


16 


88 


16 




86 


158 


165 


261 




9 




11761 




61 






4 


65 




42 


1202 


180 


189 


373 


231 


10 


550 


14266 




60 


50 




25 


135 






200 


165 


173 


400 




10 


72 


11030 




10 








10 






131 


171 


180 


783 




10 




10477 




125 


335 


50 


35 


545 


25 


165 


3636 


1696 


1779 


7358 


400 


99 


1827 


140996 




2 


50 






52 






200 


89 


93 


100 




5 




4729 




28 








28 






284 
77 


129 
47 
53 


135 
49 
56 


209 
149 


77 


7 
3 
3 




9300 
3415 
3886 
2557 




12 


26 






38 




22 


114 


78 


82 


151 




5 




4552 




14 


32 






46 






71 


75 


79 


113 




4 




9262 




35 


32 






67 




130 


132 


99 


104 




621 


6 




5355 
33843 


198 


5272 


1880 


372 1 765 


8389 


550 


1270 


81019 


23408 


24660 


51729 


8061 


1450 


26466 


2299655 



254 



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Pastor 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Benton 


Richardson, Linn 


281 


9 


13 


4 




9 


5 


8 


285 


97 


3 


14 


38 


7 


Blanchard 


Johns, John R. 


249 


2 


6 






10 


4 


3 


240 


120 


3 


37 


59 




Belcher 


Johns, John R. 


66 
















66 


30 






3 




Barksdale 


Robertson, Minns S. 


279 


8 


9 


4 


21 


21 


16 


4 


238 


71 


4 


26 


34 


4 


Bossier City, First 


Pearce, George F., Jr. 


1202 


26 


68 


43 


2 


20 


2 


14 


1301 


532 


30 


130 


65 


47 


St. Stephen's 


Mouser, Roy E. 


402 


8 


17 


16 




10 


5 


7 


421 


187 


43 


57 


5 


27 


Bradford 


Moore, W. C. 


15 
















15 


12 






4 


2 


New Light 


Moore, W. C. 


51 
















51 


22 




5 


1 




Coushatta 


Carter, Robert E. 


272 


6 


11 








1 


5 


283 


88 


4 


25 






Wesley Chapel 


Carter, Robert E. 


33 


1 












1 


33 


15 










Cross Roads 


Milem, David 


48 


1 










1 




48 


25 


1 


9 






Hall Summit 


Milem, David 


51 










7 






44 


25 










Fairview 


Player, Oscar E. 


40 


2 














42 


25 


2 








McDonald 


Player, Oscar E. 


35 


3 




7 






2 




43 


30 


3 








Providence 


Player, Oscar E. 


18 










1 




2 


15 


6 










Greenwood 


Martin, George 


161 


6 




1 




1 


11 




156 


60 


1 


25 


4 


3 


Bethany 


Martin, George 


32 






1 










33 


23 




1 




1 


Hosston 


Giles, John H. 


63 














1 


62 


28 


2 


10 


3 




Gilliam 


Giles, John H. 


70 






1 




2 


1 




68 


43 




9 






Ida 


Giles, John H. 


53 














1 


52 


28 




10 


4 




Keatchie 


DeBusk, R. F. 


19 








1 


5 




2 


11 


22 










Shiloh 


DeBusk, R. F. 


55 












6 




49 


28 




16 






Logansport 


Williams, John N. 


207 


10 


3 


7 




2 




7 


218 


85 


9 


27 




9 


Bethel 


Williams, John N. 


81 


4 












2 


83 


46 


1 


15 




4 


Longstreet 


Taylor, Robert E. 


49 
















49 


20 


1 


14 


2 




Stonewall 


Taylor, Robert E. 


20 














2 


18 


5 










Love Chapel 


Cain, Douglas L. 


143 


5 


17 


6 




5 


3 


2 


161 


100 


3 


99 


40 


5 


Haughton 


Cain, Douglas L. 


132 


2 


2 


1 




12 


8 


10 


107 


56 


4 


24 


23 


1 


Mansfield 


Humphreys, Charles B. 


477 


6 


19 


8 




11 


4 


7 


488 


142 


5 


35 


17 


3 


Grand Cane 


Humphreys, Charles B. 


62 


7 


3 


4 






1 


2 


73 


43 


4 


4 


6 




Many 


Spiller, RayR. 


294 


7 


3 


3 


5 


6 


3 


1 


292 


85 


7 


50 


47 




Bayou Scie 


Spiller, Ray R. 


62 


4 


1 








3 


4 


60 


45 






17 




Mooringsport 


Grove, Daniel M.,Jr. 


222 


8 


5 


15 


2 


1 


3 




244 


145 


7 


88 


5 


1 


Oil City 


Grove, Daniel M.,Jr. 


61 


1 


3 


2 




2 




1 


64 


27 


1 


10 






Plain Dealing 


Strozier, J. David 


199 


1 


4 


2 




2 


2 


3 


199 


90 


2 


13 


50 




Walker's Chapel 


Strozier, J. David 


42 


2 


1 


2 








1 


46 


28 


5 


6 


25 




Pleasant Hill 


Garriott, Walter 


73 
















73 


35 




11 




3 


Mitchell 


Garriott, Walter 


29 
















29 


19 


1 


2 






Pelican 


Garriott, Walter 


41 














1 


40 


24 




6 






Rosa 


Williams, Frank 


12 
















12 


10 




12 




12 


Taylor's Chapel 


Williams, Frank ' 


12 














2 


10 


10 




6 


1 




James Chapel 


Williams, Frank 


31 
















31 


18 










Haskin's Chapel 


Williams, Frank 


36 
















36 


20 




15 


1 


15 


St. Matthew 


Jackson, Willie 


69 








33 






10 


26 


25 


14 


14 






Pleasant Valley 


Jackson, Willie 


14 


8 




1 








1 


22 


20 




12 






Mt. Zion 


Jackson, Willie 


102 




1 










2 


101 


60 




26 






Bonchest 


Jackson, Willie 


52 














5 


47 


40 


2 


13 






Vivian 


Terry, Byrd L. 


452 


6 


12 


1 




7 




4 


460 


126 


5 


23 




3 


Rodessa 


Terry, Byrd L. 


25 










1 






24 


12 










Shreve., Broadmoor 


Thomas, Edward R. 


2518 


48 


99 


38 


57 


71 


24 


30 


2521 


736 


51 


355 




31 


Caddo Heights 


Richardson, Gerald 


202 


4 


2 


2 




11 


1 


3 


195 


68 


3 


29 






Keithville 


Richardson, Gerald 


92 




3 


5 


13 






2 


85 


50 


2 


19 






Cedar Grove 


House, Edwin H. 


363 










12 


2 


10 


339 


70 


2 


6 


10 




Ellerbe Road 


House, Edwin H. 


83 










5 


2 




76 


34 


4 


15 


15 




Christ 


Reed, Kenneth R. 


1228 


44 


65 


65 




43 


17 


3 


1339 


513 


12 


280 


135 


28 


Fairfield 


Milo, Howard L. 


104 


1 












3 


102 


60 


4 


19 




1 


Jewella 


Milo, Howard L. 


75 


3 


1 












79 


35 


2 


19 






Shreveport, First 


Dykes, D. L, Jr. 


5393 


90 


123 


117 




88 


36 


62 


5537 


1800 


26 


863 


87 


37 


Johnson Chapel 


Jennings, Lee C. 


45 




1 


1 








1 


46 


27 


1 


12 






Mt. Zion 


Jennings, Lee C. 


80 


1 




1 








2 


80 


60 


2 


4 




2 


Lakeview 


Wade, Leland D. 


314 


4 


13 




2 


13 


2 


2 


312 


109 


10 


34 


6 


1 


Mangum 


Tohline, Daniel W. 


641 


50 


30 


10 




64 


6 


18 


643 


239 


26 


75 




10 


Morningside 


Blair, Burton F. 


290 


4 


5 


4 






11 


5 


287 


92 


9 


31 


48 


4 


Noel Memorial 


Caraway, Stone W. 


1978 


18 


36 


21 


2 


37 


17 


29 


1968 


551 


23 


217 


34 


17 


North Highlands 


Galatas, Robert 1. 


545 


6 


15 


4 


1 


12 


5 


6 


546 


136 


7 






5 


St. James 


Graham, James A. 


221 


1 


3 


2 


5 




2 


7 


222 


105 


14 


73 






Round Grove 


Graham, James A. 


44 


2 




1 


3 






2 


42 


50 




26 


9 




St. Luke's 


Nolan, Wm. E. 


392 


4 


9 


4 


76 


19 


9 


5 


300 


116 


1 


28 




3 


St. Paul 


Daniels, Nathan, Jr. 


196 




1 


4 




2 


2 


5 


192 


125 


6 


70 


1 


7 


Summer Grove 


Braden, John M. 


452 


6 


14 


9 


1 


4 


7 


4 


465 


170 


10 


67 






Trinity 


Beck, Leo L. 


168 


18 


5 


5 


17 


6 


2 


4 


167 


115 


18 








Wynn 


Longfellow, Harold 


221 


5 


2 


3 




3 




6 


222 


55 


1 


2 






Wesley 


Thomas, George L. 


108 


10 












2 


116 


98 


10 


26 


3 




Shady Grove 


Thomas, George L. 


108 


4 








4 




4 


104 


95 


15 


23 


15 




Zwolle 


DeLaughter, Raymond 


128 




5 










3 


130 


52 


3 


14 


13 




Converse 


DeLaughter, Raymond 


14 




2 












16 


13 






2 




Noble 


DeLaughter, Raymond 


21 
















21 


17 




3 


3 




Dist. Supt. 


Williamson, H. G. 
































TOTAL 


22518 


475 


632 


425 


241 


529 


226 


333 


22721 


8444 


429 1 


3209 


835 1 


293 



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255 



Statistical Table No. 1 



CHURCH SCHOOL 


U.M.M. 


U.M.W. 


PROPERTY AND OTHER ASSETS 




■a to 

2 §■ 
o> o 








r* 


CO 

1" 


U) 

c 


x: 
o 


T3 
CD 

B c 




c 

CD 

E 








co" 

CD 


CO 


6 


CO 
CD 

■o 

CO 

CD 

_l 


f = 

i ffl 

±= CO 

.5 co 


CO 

°- 

3 

o 

<5 

_ T3 


CO 

Q. 

3 

o 

— TJ 


a. 

CO 

o 


U 

3 

O "> 
.2 co 


CO c 
° CO 

en cd 

c — 

o o 
en — 


CO = 

CD E 

ii 


c o 
c c 

o.2 


O m 


■o 


o 

ELi? 


O CO o 


5 C CD 

x: t> E 
OCD g- 

■= c f 

CO CO c 
> -1 CO 


CO 
CD 
O) 

x: co 
o c 

^ O CD 

2 CO »- 


■5 — 
° £ 

CD 0) 
,_ CO - 


E 
a> 

c 
o 

CO 

CO «- . 


CO « 

% g 

£ cE 


o 
o 

XI 

E 

3 


XI CO 

w CO 
C CO 

£0 

= < 


C CO 

-C CO 
5 CO 


^ CO 

= CO 

CO o> 
J2 co 

"5 "> 
■oiS 

<o 


II 

Si? 


§« 

OT o 

CD o 

£ x: 

IS 


' CO 

£ Q. 

o 3 

CD 2 

X: D) 

1 = 

.£ CO 


b co 

CD Q. 

c i 

co ~o 

.E a 


co S 
CD •£ 

Eo 
® c 
5 o 


x: m 
2 2 

<D tz 
2D 


co IS 
a. o 

„ CD 

is 

O Q. 


II 

si 

is 

CD c 

5D 


O (D c 

c ° S 
cz o o 

< JO 


O -o 3 
CD CD |j_ 

>0 co 


t= CO CD 

O « a 
— H. o 

° CO Q. 

Hi 

CO CO S 

>< o 


o co S 

-5 O CD 

Si 00 t- 

J= CM UJ 


X) Q. 
CD X 
"U CD 

.£■£ 

OH. 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


13 


27 


16 


56 


112 


68 


37 


20 


5 


15 


95 


45 


313 


412000 


44000 


5000 


19550 




14 


39 


19 


57 


129 


65 


15 


105 


2 






22 


35 


225000 


70000 


7581 






1 




2 


15 


18 


8 




8 








8 


297 


95000 




4133 






15 


42 


14 


61 


132 


54 


36 


51 


2 


23 


540 




50000 


1354 


3279 








76 


186 


68 


397 


727 


407 


396 


209 


18 


43 


160 


128 


5521 


1315000 


76000 


30063 


290792 




27 


72 


26 


112 


237 


128 


18 


65 


7 


22 


123 


43 


270 


363000 


52000 


1857 


45298 




4 






10 


14 


2 


5 










4 


40 


9000 










5 


12 


6 


12 


35 


13 








8 




7 




45000 


6000 


3000 


15000 


800 


11 


30 


15 


28 


84 


48 






5 










345000 
10500 


42500 




36500 




3 






12 


15 


















81500 




1905 






1 


1 


1 


10 


13 


8 
















12500 


23500 








4 


6 


2 


7 


19 


2 












9 




68500 






4000 




2 


4 


6 


8 


20 


30 
















10000 
40000 










12 


15 


13 


30 


70 


40 






5 






15 




237400 


58700 


10000 






3 


2 


3 


12 


20 


16 
















58000 


12500 


2415 






2 






15 


17 


4 


6 


39 












100000 


40000 


14572 






6 


9 


14 


35 


64 


47 




36 












125000 




30037 






6 


11 





12 


29 


18 




6 








15 


5 


38000 




4810 


3000 






























9500 










3 


4 


3 


22 


32 


16 
















59000 










20 


30 


17 


56 


123 


55 


10 


5 


10 






50 


1834 


575000 


73000 








8 


5 


9 


23 


45 


43 






4 










61000 




17363 


15627 




1 






25 


26 


17 
















62000 




































20000 


26000 








15 


105 


25 


45 


190 


86 


15 


10 








19 


1252 


40000 


40000 




11545 




5 


26 


10 


40 


81 


35 


6 


20 


2 






20 


37 


40000 


40000 






3200 


34 


55 


37 


145 


271 


92 






4 






60 


1105 


1005000 


97200 


81531 






12 


9 


8 


8 


37 


6 


17 


5 


1 








■I 48 


72500 




23516 






11 


22 


10 


46 


89 


48 


12 










33 


433 


377000 


35000 


40446 






6 


3 


18 


13 


40 


21 
















71000 










20 


77 


24 


96 


217 


120 


140 


110 


1 










150000 


50000 




30000 




4 


10 




19 


33 


15 


6 














30000 


10000 








14 


16 


12 


42 


84 


52 


28 


70 








36 


78 


244000 


60000 




1000 




3 


4 


8 


10 


25 


15 












7 


50 


53000 

107000 

96100 


216000 


1214 
3800 






3 


8 




10 


21 


12 
















116500 
12000 


1570 


12000 
500 
































5000 


4000 






570 


4 


6 


8 




18 


10 








5 




7 




18000 






18000 


400 


3 


6 


8 


6 


23 


12 












10 




34000 






20133 




3 






7 


10 


6 












6 




17000 










5 


7 


8 


10 


30 


18 








10 


50 


18 


114 


35000 










5 




10 


15 


30 


16 






2 


9 


450 


14 


637 


32500 










19 


34 


27 


95 


175 


79 


25 




6 


25 


50 






577000 
22000 


76500 
6000 


23910 






101 


383 


224 


772 


1480 


607 


312 


955 


45 






239 


3981 


4510000 


225000 


197083 


138023 




13 


18 


8 


74 


113 


60 






4 


12 


265 


32 


2370 


497000 


53000 


7500 






6 


25 


16 


15 


62 


23 




20 












70000 










10 


4 


4 


75 


93 


60 


15 










40 


300 


500000 


30000 


4000 






7 


14 


6 


20 


47 


25 
















75000 




400 


1224 




40 


225 


125 


270 


660 


377 


182 


630 


28 






115 


545 


1238233 


132597 


14430 


372147 




6 


12 


5 


15 


38 


25 








17 


245 


25 


220 


212000 


75000 


8000 






5 


11 


6 


11 


33 


20 






3 










40000 










120 


675 


335 


2171 


3301 


1092 


558 


2100 


75 






312 


3050 


4500000 


150000 




424161 




4 


9 


8 


10 


31 


18 


6 


10 








10 




18500 


7000 








10 


15 


16 


5 


46 


10 


7 




4 






17 


80 


35000 










30 


34 


12 


90 


166 


66 


18 


27 


1 


52 


564 






600000 


125000 


44381 


42372 




26 


77 


41 


358 


502 


259 


35 


96 


50 


28 


275 


127 


580 


900000 


125000 


31300 


253400 




25 


39 


6 


105 


175 


80 


45 


67 


6 


40 




52 


3250 


308000 


60500 


10000 






73 


154 


79 


647 


953 


502 


546 


340 


18 


50 




232 


15845 


2782000 


218000 


85000 


247372 




18 


48 


21 


100 


187 


110 




18 


4 






94 


750 


550805 


59400 


22982 


42924 




11 


36 


7 


20 


74 


30 




25 








53 




505000 


20000 








5 


19 


9 


12 


45 


30 






2 






12 




38000 










17 


15 


18 


30 


80 


60 






3 


21 


200 


26 


75 


601717 


82500 


18848 


154252 




23 


29 


16 


36 


104 


63 


40 


30 




39 


400 


80 


1403 


245000 


21000 


60000 






27 


80 


30 


125 


262 


150 


20 


80 






2800 


75 


25 


300000 


70000 


110000 






11 


28 


6 


75 


120 


70 




44 


8 






14 


281 


164000 


45000 


1397 


18073 




6 






68 


74 


40 












44 




220000 


25000 


11000 






18 


10 


28 


30 


86 


35 












39 


2000 


320000 


43000 




38420 




31 


23 


31 


10 


95 


52 


30 


35 


2 






48 


800 


230000 






44337 




6 


16 


9 


23 


54 


21 


38 


42 








16 


941 


220000 


80000 


18200 






















9 










45000 
40000 


120000 


1700 

2200 

399000 






1052 


2882 


1513 


6789 


12236 


5617 


2624 


5287 


327 


419 


6217 


162278 


98665 


27298109 


2930746 


1367074 


2287150 


4970 



256 



LOUISIANA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 



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LOCAL CHURCH EXPENDITURES 


MINISTERIAL SUPPORT 








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33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38a 


38b 


39a 


39b 


39c 


40a 


40b 


40c 


41a 


41b 


41c 


Benton 


10827 


10252 


1294 


6596 


6334 


8883 


8883 








1300 




1300 


3600 




3600 


Blanchard 




30107 


3290 


24068 


3196 


9300 


9300 








1200 




1200 


2400 




2400 


Belcher 






265 


2556 


738 


4575 


4575 








600 




600 


1200 




1200 


Barksdale 


1662 


2777 


1438 


10560 


1665 


12600 


12600 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Bossier City, First 


132838 


27218 


15264 


76713 


19514 


22000 


22000 








1400 




1400 


3600 




3600 


St. Stephen's 


12082 


3583 


2884 


11783 


3328 


16500 


16162 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Bradford 






60 






600 


600 








100 




100 


200 




200 


New Light 




900 


454 




41 


2172 


2172 








348 




348 


35 




35 


Coushatta 


26413 


4022 


6281 


14829 


1809 


10660 


10660 








2200 




2200 


3600 




3600 


Wesley Chapel 




1967 




457 


484 


2040 


2040 








60 




60 


900 




900 


Cross Roads 








1601 




2000 


2000 








900 




900 


1300 




1300 


Hall Summit 








502 




2000 


2000 








900 




900 


1300 




1300 


Fairview 




802 


236 


293 


194 


2500 


2385 




















McDonald 




200 


250 


100 




3000 


3000 














250 




250 


Providence 






37 






600 


600 














50 




50 


Greenwood 




6000 


1050 


3125 




7468 


7468 








1100 




1100 


3000 




3000 


Bethany 




6734 


125 


700 


180 


1200 


1200 








1200 




1200 


1200 




1200 


Hosston 




346 


953 


2447 


1069 


4920 


4920 








480 




480 


1440 




1440 


Gilliam 






1534 


4524 


8907 


4920 


4920 








862 




862 


1440 




1440 


Ida 




1250 


339 


1761 


635 


2460 


2460 








240 




240 


720 




720 


Keatchie 




180 




574 




800 


800 














400 




400 


Shiloh 




11653 


185 


473 




975 


975 














825 




825 


Logansport 




23728 


3386 


6062 




8962 


8962 








2399 




2399 


3584 




3584 


Bethel 


3125 


112 


718 


1574 


624 


2650 


2650 








275 




275 


300 




300 


Longstreet 








897 


353 


2400 


2400 














900 




900 


Stonewall 




916 




585 




1200 


1200 














900 




900 


Love Chapel 


2508 


758 


4887 


8740 


411 


6450 


6450 








2400 




2400 


1200 




1200 


Haughton 


800 


5041 


812 


4409 


614 


3500 


3500 








1800 




1800 


1800 




1800 


Mansfield 




26374 


2484 


31022 


13094 


13200 


13200 








1800 




1800 


3600 




3600 


Grand Cane 


1747 


246 


27 


1474 


5790 


2500 


2500 








1000 




1000 


700 




700 


Many 


37000 


3030 


2145 


16661 


877 


16000 


16000 








1800 




1800 


3500 




3500 


Bayou Scie 




18500 


585 


1448 




2760 


2760 




















Mooringsport 




37000 


2106 


7012 


1714 


12000 


12000 








300